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Legal Support

PanoSec provide legal support to legal teams, crime investigators as well as a wide range of businesses.

We conduct digital Evidence gathering for acts of Cyber Crime. Including Corporate espionage, Hacker Attacks and Digital Security Breaches.

PanoSec can act as,

  1. An expert witness
  2. A Specialist Consultant
  3. Assisting clients in the understanding of other "Experts" reports
  4. A Technical Advisor

PanoSec can assist with,

  1. Analysis of digital devices for a given reason.
  2. The Prosecution, Defence, Courts, Commercial Organisations or a member of the public.
  3. Simply reducing the amount of data a customer is faced with.
  4. Recovery of information from damaged or inaccessible media devices

Case Types PanoSec are able to assist with,

  1. Intellectual Property Theft
  2. Inappropriate Internet and Email Usage
  3. Credit Card Fraud
  4. Forgery and Fraud
  5. Murder
  6. Theft including Identity Theft
  7. Rape and Indecent Assault
  8. Crimes against Children

Strict Evidence processing is adhered to by PanoSec. Our aim is to maintain the good Characteristics of Digital Evidence.

Authenticity - unaltered from the original.

Relevance -relates crime, victim and perpetrator.

Traceability -audit trail from the evidence presented back to the original.

Complete -presents total perspective on the crime.

Reliable -one should not be able to doubt the authenticity and traceability of the evidence collection and chain of custody.

Believable -jury should be able to understand the evidence.

Evidence Collection Principles

  1. Maintain chain of custody of the evidence.
  2. Acquire evidence from volatile as well as non-volatile memory without altering or damaging original evidence.
  3. Maintain the authenticity and reliability of evidence gathered.
  4. No modification of data while analysing it.