Digital Forensics

Blog by Chris Gausden, Arcanum Principal Consultant.   Having been formally trained first as a police officer and then a government security investigator it has always intrigued me as to how commercial organisations investigate security incidents. Many seem to shy...

Following remote assessments from the UK Accreditation Service in April this year, Arcanum Digital Forensics have been granted an extension to the scope of our UKAS ISO 17025 accreditation, to include mobile devices and Forensic Science Regulator’s (FSR) Codes of...

Photo: James Austen and Samual Taylor We would like to welcome two new starters to the Arcanum Digital Forensics team, James Austen and Samual Taylor. James is currently studying Computer Science BSc (Hons), at the University of Bath; and Sam is studying Computer...

Salma Aslam, Arcanum Digital Forensics placement student has been offered, and accepted a full-time role with Arcanum as a Digital Forensics Practitioner. Arcanum has run an active student development program for our Digital Forensics team for a number of years. Since...

Arcanum Digital Forensics announces its successful transition to the newest version of the required standard for digital forensics laboratories, ISO 17025:2017, which has now been approved by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service. The accreditation is for capture...

Arcanum Digital Forensics is pleased to announce that we have been awarded ISO 17025 by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service. Phill Hatton, the Arcanum Digital Forensics Technical Manager said: “The team and I are delighted to announce that Arcanum Digital...