Join us on Thursday 22 February for our Digital Crime Scene Seminar.

We are delighted to be welcoming Nathan Coutts, Technical and Forensics Manager of the Cyber Technical Forensics Unit at the National Cybercrime Unit to Chambers for this event.

His talk will cover:

  • Golden hour principles in scene attendance for digital evidence including:
    • What can be seized at the scene
    • How to secure volatile data
    • Cloud-based data
    • Equipment interference/part 3 authorisations/s19 PACE powers

Nathan will also look at managing large data sets and the difficulties this can present.

There will also be a legal update getting the data into evidence, dealing with it as unused material, and fees for dealing with the data, from David Matthew of 7BR.

Timings

  • Registration – from 5.30pm
  • Seminar begins – 6.00pm
  • Event closes – 8.00pm

Drinks and nibbles will be served before and after the seminar.

To book your place or if you have any queries please email us.

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