At the heart of LangfordParc, are a group of forensic scientists, each with more than twenty years of experience in IT, from desktop support and technical architecture, through to managing data centres containing several thousand servers. The team includes experienced programmers who write utilities and complex scripts to automate the extraction of evidential data. We regularly present briefings to industry and communicate in plain English, not just at case conferences, but in our comprehensive forensic reports and when giving evidence in a formal setting such as court or a tribunal.
John is the founder of LangfordParc and he brings a wealth of experience to the team. He has been a computer forensic specialist since 2003, working on commercial, civil and criminal investigations in cases including child protection, rape, harassment, fraud, abuse of privilege, murder, deception, people trafficking, drugs, theft and forgery, amongst many others.
John is an excellent communicator and public speaker, regularly giving talks to the legal and business communities to help raise awareness of the ways in which digital forensic evidence can influence investigations. John also speaks Japanese, having worked for nine years in Japan in various IT development and support roles.
Like anyone else, we have people we call on when we need help (and they in turn call on us!). This is a loose-knit group of experienced and respected forensic scientists with whom we've worked over the last few years.
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LangfordParc was born from an obsession for quality and a desire to use our technical skill to help people who really just want to get on with doing their job.
That's where we can help.
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Computer forensics is all about analysing the data stored on computers and other devices to discover precisely what has been going on. Whether that involves deleted email, copying of sensitive information or accessing inappropriate material, modern devices record a staggering amount of data, which when analysed correctly can provide a compelling narrative in support of an investigation.
How we can help
Initially, by providing free, clear and unambiguous advice, we can help you define the problem and outline a suitable strategy to start dealing with it. No two investigations are ever the same, each one has to be managed in its own way, some of the investigation types we routinely deal with are described below:
Data thieves invariably leave forensic artefacts on the machines they copy from and copy to. Our detailed forensic analysis of server data, email, database logs and computer workstations will almost always provide a clear time line of activity, providing you with the answers you need to take action.
s and financial instruments. We have the experience, skills and tools to help you uncover and quantify your loss in an evidentially sound way, giving you the option of legal action if appropriate.
Internal IT teams are typically unaware of the legal and technical requirements of investigations initiated by HR and will inadvertently spoil evidence in an effort to provide a helpful quick resolution. Instruction of independent forensic analysts not only circumvents any issues surrounding internal politics, but also means the investigation will be carried out quietly, discreetly and to the appropriate evidential standards.
and we'll be happy to speak with you about how we can help.