A gang of nine men who conned pensioners aged between 70 and 94 out of their life savings in a phone scam were sentenced to a combined total of more than 31 years in prison for their parts in a heartless and elaborate fraud. The men, operating as a team, travelled from Birmingham and London… Read more »
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has launched a comprehensive study of what it describes as ‘the deadliest threat facing the nation’ – Serious and Organised Crime (SOC). Its National Strategic Assessment (NSA) highlights the growth of child abuse, modern slavery, ‘County Lines’ drug supply and financial fraud. It estimates that SOC involves at least 181,000… Read more »
In addition to providing full training on all our products, and courses on wide range of subjects, we also offer free webinars to our clients. These informal sessions provide an opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills by exploring specialist topics in communications data analysis. Our live, virtual webinars are led by Joe Hoy, Martin… Read more »
The cloud is changing the way that individuals and businesses share and store data and interact with applications. Adoption of cloud technologies within government organisations has been slower, but there appears to be a growing appetite for them and we’ve evolved CSAS to support ‘cloud deployment’. The traditional deployment model is for CSAS to be… Read more »
Forensic Analytics’ Sales Director, Martin Griffiths will attend the Digital Media Investigator’s (DMI) Conference on 21 & 22 May 2019 at the Oxford United Football Stadium. Organised by the College of Policing and The Investigator, this two-day conference offers an impressive line-up of experts who will provide tactics, best practice and hands-on, operational advice to help… 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.