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CYFE-X – an abbreviation for CYber Forensic Examination – X relates to systems. Following the ACE
principals– Accredited, Confidential and Ethical.
Trained and certified in Computer Forensics (CCE), Systems Security (CISSP) - together with holding numerous Microsoft, Cisco, Planet 3 Wireless and CompTIA qualifications. More importantly is the experience - this is based on over twenty five years experience working with a wide range of computer systems in Europe, the Middle East and the Far East - spanning a range of technical and business computing environments
We respect our clients rights to privacy and right to confidentiality.
CYFE-X operates as an impartial examiner following ACPO Guidelines.
Whilst maintaining independence, ethical codes & standards are followed:-
I.S.F.C.E® Code of Ethical Standards:
A Certified Computer Examiner will at all times:
* Demonstrate commitment and diligence in performance of assigned duties.
* Demonstrate integrity in completing professional assignments.
* Maintain the utmost objectivity in all forensic examinations and accurately present findings.
* Conduct examinations based on established, validated principles.
* Abide by the highest moral and ethical standards and obey the by-laws of the ISFCE.
* When conducting examinations, obtain evidence or other documentation that will establish a reasonable basis for any opinion rendered.
*Testify truthfully in all matters before any board, court or proceeding.
* Avoid any action that would appear to be a conflict of interest.
* Comply with all legal orders of the courts.
* Strive to maintain professionalism in assigned duties.
* Thoroughly examine all evidence in a case unless the scope of the examination is limited by court order or other mandate.
A Certified Computer Examiner will never:
* Withhold any evidence that would tend to distort the truth.
* Reveal any confidential matters or knowledge learned in an examination without an order from a court of competent jurisdiction or with the express permission of the client.
* Express an opinion on the guilt or innocence of any party.
* Engage in any unethical or illegal conduct.
* Knowingly undertake an assignment beyond his/her skills.
* Misrepresent training, credentials or association membership.
* Show bias or prejudice in findings or examinations.
* Exceed authorization in conducting examinations.
(ISC)2 ® Code of Ethics Canons:
Protect society, the commonwealth, and the infrastructure.
-Act honourably, honestly, justly, responsibly, and legally.
-Provide diligent and competent service to principals.
-Advance and protect the profession.
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