Cybercrime investigators.

We are a UK-based, highly skilled team of cybercrime investigators resolving cases for both individuals and businesses.

Cybercrime refers to a variety of criminal offences that are conducted on the internet or where technology is used as a means or target of criminal action or intent.

Cybercrime investigators.

We are a UK-based, highly skilled team of cybercrime investigators resolving cases for both individuals and businesses.

Cybercrime refers to a variety of criminal offences that are conducted on the internet or where technology is used as a means or target of criminal action or intent.

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+44 (0)1423 740330

In 2021 we secured £500m+ in client funds relative to cyber and financial crime.

The types of cybercrime committed affect us in different ways.

For example, teenagers may be subjected to bullying or harassment on social media platforms; an elderly person maybe deceived into a fraudulent pension scam or a data breach may occur in an organisation where customer data is stolen. Due to the far reaching effects such crimes have on both society and commerce the offences carry the same legal weight as real world crimes and are prosecuted as such.

Criminal tactics used in cybercrime.

Common instances of cybercrime involve malware being placed on your computer or mobile device allowing criminals to access files, take over your webcam or record keystrokes as you input personal information, such as email or bank login details.

Such Malware is installed simply by clicking on a link in or even opening a fraudulent email or text message. Depending on the objective of the cyber-criminals they may blackmail you in return for restoring your files, take over your email account and/or social media channels, gradually steel your identity or withdraw funds directly from your bank account.

Our cybercrime investigators work with specialist UK and international police units, authorities and industry regulators.

Our cybercrime investigators work with specialist UK and international police units, authorities and industry regulators.

Identity theft

Having deceived you by what ever means to infect your device with malware criminals will sit, wait and record your activities over a period of time as they gather personal information.

Personal data may then be used to open bank accounts, apply for credit cards or a loan, make online purchases or to obtain personal identification such as a drivers license.

Although the UK has relatively strict laws surrounding cyber-enacted crime the perpetrators are often located overseas and therefore outside UK jurisdictional law. This can make it difficult for authorities to pursue, let alone resolve cases.

Our technical expertise and unique global connections remain unparalleled across industry in the fight against cyber-criminals.

Identity theft.

Having deceived you by what ever means to infect your device with malware criminals will sit, wait and record your activities over a period of time as they gather personal information.

Personal data may then be used to open bank accounts, apply for credit cards or a loan, make online purchases or to obtain personal identification such as a drivers license.

Although the UK has relatively strict laws surrounding cyber-enacted crime the perpetrators are often located overseas and therefore outside UK jurisdictional law. This can make it difficult for authorities to pursue, let alone resolve cases.

Our technical expertise and unique global connections remain unparalleled across industry in the fight against cyber-criminals.

Cybercrime prevention and resolution.

If you or your business have fallen victim to an act of technology-based crime or should you wish to address preventative cyber security measures, we can help.

Our investigations are highly discreet, do not leave a digital footprint, are strictly confidential and conducted in accordance with jurisdictional law.

  • Prosecution

    We don’t just investigate. If required we can prosecute internationally.

  • Unparalleled resources

    We work with specialist police units and international authorities.

  • Based in the United Kingdom

    You can speak with our investigators 7 days a week.

Step 1

Contact us

Call us, request a callback or complete our short form below. We’ll contact you to discuss your circumstances confidentially.

Step 2

Case review

We’ll conduct an initial investigation to assess the nature of your case including identifying any potential jurisdictional challenges.

Step 3

Consultation

A well researched and informed strategy is developed to resolve your position, which we’ll discuss in detail with you.

Step 4

Investigation

Once you’re 100% happy with our strategy, we’ll initiate the required investigative and legal channels to resolve your circumstances.

Report your case to our cybercrime investigators

Upon receipt of your enquiry a specialist cybercrime investigator will contact you to discuss your circumstances confidentially.

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