An online customer survey conducted in November 2018 showed a high level of satisfaction from CSAS users who received assistance from the FA Support Desk via phone or email. Overall, more than 86% of respondents said that they were either ‘very satisfied’ or ‘satisfied’ with the way that the Support Desk dealt with their issue…. Read more »
For a third successive year, we’re proud to be sponsoring the award for Exceptional development or use of communications data – a category that recognises the challenges that police officers and staff face in digital forensics, and highlights the inspiring work undertaken by analysts and investigators. This year, the judges considered nominations from Greater Manchester… Read more »
Six men who carried out violent break-ins in Essex have all been found guilty after a month-long trial at Basildon Crown Court. The gang carried out two vicious attacks in September 2017. During the first, they forced their way into the home of an elderly man and assaulted him with a metal file, causing serious… Read more »
Update: 25 January 2019 The judge, Mr Justice Lavender, imposed life sentences for murder on Kasharn Campbell (19) and Christian Jameson (18). Remmell Miller-Campbell (18) received a nine year sentence for manslaughter. A 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl, who cannot be identified, were sentenced to seven and a half years and six years respectively… Read more »
The news recently has been full of mentions of the upcoming 5G cellular network upgrades. In the latest of his expert blogs, director Joe Hoy explores the implications of the arrival of 5G for comms data and cell site analysis. Click here to read the blog and register for our new one-day 5G Forensics Overview… Read more »
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I’ve spent the last two days using the newly updated [RF Survey] module. I have only positive feedback. It is much easier to use and the new ‘manage CSAS cells’ function, with the timeframe parameters, makes everything so much easier.
I have just taken a call from a very excited manager informing me that CSAS has just parsed 24,854 lines of Vodafone phone data down to 8,479 in 4 seconds! Now that is impressive!
I just wanted to say how good CSAS [RF Survey] is. I have just finished one job that was 9 locations. With CSAS I was able to plan it in 1½ hrs. Without it I would have been tied to a desk for days. Thanks for the training guys, and the great piece of software.
I can honestly say, without CSAS, I’d still be wading through this job this time next year. Will have saved the Force and Crown Prosecution Service hundreds of thousands of pounds in not having to go to trial.
CSAS is an easy-to-use software tool for the fast cleansing of data. It provides Digital Media Investigators with a quick time look at the overall picture of contact between nominals.