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Proficiency testing enables digital forensic laboratories to compare their digital forensic processes against other organisations, enabling improvements to be identified and implemented. As the Forensic Science Regulator Code of Practice is now a statutory requirement, digital forensics units who hold or are striving towards ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation need an ISO 17043 accredited proficiency testing provider.
To ensure compliance with The Forensic Science Regulators Code of Practice, and ensure quality of all Digital Forensics Investigation and Proficiency Testing services, the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) has granted CACI with accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
UKAS Recommendation Details:
Accreditation Scope: ISO/IEC 17025:2017 with compliance to ILAC G19:06/2022 and Forensic Science Regulator Code of Practice Version 1.
- Capture and preservation of data from computers and digital storage devices HDDs, SSDs, M.2 memory devices, memory cards and USB flash devices – Using FTK Imager, EnCase Imager and Tableau T356789iu.
- Capture, preservation, processing and analysis of data from Mobile Devices, SIM cards and Memory Cards – Using Cellebrite 4PC, Cellebrite Physical Analyser, MSAB XRY, MSAB XAMN and Magnet Axiom.
CACI Ltd has been also been recommended for accreditation to ISO/IEC 17043:2023. This recommendation is for proficiency testing schemes relating to the acquisition, processing and analysis of computer and mobile devices.
In addition, CACI’s Digital Forensics Lab holds certification from British Standards Institute (BSI) to ISO 27001 for the provision of Digital Forensic Science Services.
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