Private Detectives At Oxford Provide Helpful Tips on Computer Forensics

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Concerned with the article published in BBC News on February 24th 2015 "Erol Incedel retrial: Terror suspect had Tony Blair's address" (http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-31607568), the private detectives at Oxford provide individuals running independent companies with useful tips when it comes to maintain computer forensics.

The article in BBC News published on February 24th 2015: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-31607568, talks about how the police found an address on a piece of paper that was thrown into a case of glasses in a car. The suspect, allegedly, disregarded the terrorist attack made the year before. The case had to be called an exceptional one as several aspects of it could not even be discussed either with the public or with the press. When Erol Incedel was arrested after the terrorist attack made in India leaving 164 people dead, the suspect was found to have several notorious documents with an address mentioned on them. More evidence was found by the police through a thorough forensic analysis. A coded email was found in the suspect's laptop which revealed the sharing of some kind of information between the suspect and a relative. When a direct mention of rifles, guns and bombs was noticed in the email the suspect was arrested and charged for terrorist activity.

Responding to the article published in BBC News, the detectives at Private detectives Oxford, (http://privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk) shed some light on the importance of computer forensics by sharing useful tips. There are many kinds of harm and frauds that can be brought about to a localized area, an individual, a company and similar people and places through the negative use of computers. The emails that sent and received by criminal minded individuals can damage and destroy the lives of money. Such incidents can either be traced after they have happened or be stopped while they are in progress of being planned. The private detectives share tips as to how this is possible. The stress is upon how easily computer forensics provides individuals with intricate information that serves as evidence and provides them with solid ground to block an individual's account. Through the latest reforms and gadgets, these detectives ensure there is not a single flaw in the survey run against a suspect, putting an end to all possible damage to an individual or the masses.

The chief investigator at Private Detectives Oxford (http://privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk), Lois Lee shares more beneficial advantages of running computer forensics. He mentions the importance of such a concept in a large and small approach. He says "It is true that computer forensics can avoid and locate an individual who brought about something as massive as a bomb blast, but at a smaller and localized scale it can help trace the hackers that have been damaging and bringing down renowned companies for years now. That is how we help our clients." Lois Lee can be contacted via email (l.lee@privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk) or through the company's telephone number (01865 930 124).

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