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We work with a range of national and international bodies, conducting research and development work in the field of cybercrime and digital forensics.
We are actively engaged in research in the fields of cybercrime investigation, digital forencis and cybersecurity.
Learn more about the Centre for Cyberforensics
Among our current projects, we are undertaking a study into effective 24/7 points of contact (PoC) for international cooperation of cybercrime and electronic evidence.
Read more about our effective 24/7 PoC project
We host an annual conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training (CFET) which has attracted speakers from 18 countries around the world.
Find out more about our annual CFET conference
We work closely with a range of national and international partners to further work in the field of cyberforensics.
Find out more about the organisations we work with
We are an Associate Member of the European Cybercrime Training and Education (ECTEG) group convened and hosted by Europol. Robin Bryant is also a Special Advisor to the Board of ECTEG.
Visit the ECTEG website
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