The Forensic Information Technology (FIT) Working group interest

 

“All the sciences and technical disciplines combined to allow the examination of material that contain information (computers, networks, electronic devices etc…) to assist an investigation and, eventually, present evidence for a trial.”

 

Main activities

  • Computer data analysis
  • Technical aspects of Internet investigations
  • Examination of electronic devices

Aims and Mission

  • To maintain a FIT-WG which complies with the global aims of ENFSI
  • To develop and promote in ENFSI member laboratories a discipline of forensic information technology
  • Cultivate co-operation with other working groups and committees concerned with digital evidence
  • To establish quality in all aspects of forensic information technology
  • To cultivate relations with significant technical organisations

In order to achieve these aims:

  • FIT WG meetings are organized each year
  • there are committees for
    • quality assurance
    • research and development
    • training and education

Structure of FIT WG

The Steering Committee of FIT WG consists of:

Chairman
Zeno Geradts, NFI, Den Haag, Netherlands z.geradts@nfi.minvenj.nl

Vice chairman
Sébastien Bachet, DNRED – Paris, France sebastien.bachet@douane.finances.gouv.fr

Secretary
Johan Hultman, Swedish National Forensic Centre, Linköping, Sweden johan.hultman@polisen.se

Finances
Ralf Kricsanowits, BKA Germany

Quality Assurance Manager
Gregory Webb, Metropolitan Laboratory gregory.webb@met.police.uk

Research and Development Manager
Denis Baheuz, ICGRN France

Education and Training Manager
David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle, ESC, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Quality Assurance Project Team
Gregory Webb, Metropolitan Laboratory gregory.webb@met.police.uk

 

Contact

For information concerning applying for membership, please contact chairman Zeno Geradts or secretary Johan Hultman by sending an email through the ENFSI contact form.

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