Court cases involving digital evidence are at risk of collapsing because some police forces fail to check the security of computer forensics suppliers. A Computing investigation has revealed that while some firms providing conventional forensics services must attain an ISO standard, there is no such requirement for handling digital evidence. Joel Tobias, managing director of forensics firm Cy4or, says most forensics specialists maintain high standards, but there are some that may not have had their security checked by police…
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