Cobbetts used CY4OR’s eDisclosure solution to collect, review and produce documents for their client, Leeds City Council, in response to…
CY4OR conducted the investigation of a mobile phone and call data records for the defence involved in a malicious allegations case.
CY4OR was contacted by a leading financial institution via the 24 hour emergency number to investigate a laptop containing highly sensitive data that had been stolen.
CY4OR conducted an investigation of Virgin Media set top boxes which had been hacked to receive subscription television channels.
An in house IT Department had been remotely monitoring the employee for some time; to confirm their suspicions and justify disciplinary action, they immediately employed the services of computer forensic specialists.
CY4OR have had extensive experience implementing search and seize orders, and have been appointed by the court on a number of occasions. Once instructed, CY4OR executed a search and seize order on the suspect’s office and subsequently seized four personal computers for forensic analysis.
A bank had discovered a small hardware device, around an inch in size that had been placed at the connection point between a computer and the keyboard. The device was in fact a ‘Keycatcher’, a piece of keylogging software used to store any keystroke entered by all users of any machine that it was connected to.
A UK based communications company dismissed a contractor, who had been working for the company for five years developing and maintaining a database of business/corporate customers. The contractor in question had been using a cross platform database application that was not supported by the company.
The Managing Director of the UK branch of a multi-national finance company contacted CY4OR with concerns that an unauthorised user was gaining access to the companies PC’s.
A UK based manufacturing company had set up a subsidiary company in mainland Europe to sell its products. In time a drop in sales was noticed and it was felt that the contracted sales advisors were recommending rival products.
An employee of one of the UK’s largest communications companies stated that he was being dealt with unprofessionally by his manager. Whilst the company’s human resources departments were dealing with this complaint an email was uncovered with content that was sufficiently serious to necessitate a full internal investigation.
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