IT Security: Cracking all types of code

The Computer Forensics division of Rits Group specialises in uncovering evidence in the unlikeliest of places, writes Dave Boland.

23rd June, 2012
Dr Vivienne Mee, head of Rits Computer Forensics.

From CSI to Dixon of Dock Green, there has always been an element of detection when it comes to police work. But some areas of detection are more complicated than others, and when you introduce high-level electronic communications into the mix, you will need something a little more sophisticated than a village bobby to get to the heart of the matter.

Forensic discovery in the electronic age can take two main forms. It can involve...

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