CCL Group, the UK’s leading provider of digital forensics, data analytics and cyber security services, today announces the acquisition of Biztech member Evidence Talks, a digital forensics provider with over 25 years’ experience in supplying technology and consultancy services to law enforcement, defence, government and corporate organisations.
Evidence Talks joining with CCL Group is testament to the organisation’s commitment to continually innovating and providing world class digital forensics to UK and international organisations. Evidence Talks’ unique forensic technology and hardware further strengthens the depth and range of services that major organisations have come to rely on CCL Group for, when protecting communities and organisations from harm.
Over its 25 year history, Evidence Talks has earned a global reputation with law enforcement and the military with its SPEKTOR triage solution used in major operations to acquire data in the field from a range of devices in minutes, and provide actionable intelligence for fast moving investigations.
“CCL Group is delighted for Evidence Talks to be joining our company. The addition of Evidence Talks strengthens our overall presence in the digital forensics market with unique products and tools that have a significant impact on the success of complex investigations around the world. We look forward to deepening our relationship with Evidence Talks’ customers in the coming months and supporting their organisations to achieve their goals.” Andrew Archibald, CEO, CCL Group Ltd.
Elizabeth Sheldon, Co-Founder & Chairman, Evidence Talks commented: “As one of the leading digital forensics providers globally, we are confident that CCL Group is the right partner to join forces with to build on what we have achieved so far and plan the next stage of our journey. CCL Group shares our passion and deep understanding of digital forensics and the markets in which we operate, and we look forward to bringing new innovation and industry leading solutions to our customers and partners.”