digital forensics
digital forensics

Digital Forensics

Responding to the growing digital forensics need.

Accredited to ISO 17025:2017 and following the Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) Codes of Practice, CACI’s Digital Forensic Laboratory is structured to provide high-quality digital forensics services tailored to the needs of UK law enforcement agencies and affiliated organisations.

This cutting-edge facility brings together former police personnel with extensive expertise in the Digital Forensics Unit (DFU) and a globally respected technology specialist with decades of experience in delivering secure Cloud systems, software, and infrastructure support services. Through their combined knowledge, CACI’s Digital Forensics Laboratory is well-equipped. With ample capacity and capability, it consistently achieves noteworthy turnaround times, ensuring dependable and punctual results for clients, without fail.

CACI's Digital Forensic Services

watch now

Over 90% of crime has a digital element

We’re helping Law enforcement meet the expanding needs of Digital Forensic Science. Recent research has indicated that over 90% of all crime is recognised as having a digital element, and society’s accelerating use of technology means the critical role Digital Forensics (DF) science plays will only grow. DF is the ‘golden thread’ running through the investigative process.

Traditionally, Digital Forensic Units (DFUs) delivered DF services, however, DF science is expanding beyond DFUs and forensic labs, and frontline staff now do some digital forensic work too.

By partnering with CACI’s Digital Forensic Laboratory, law enforcement agencies can obtain the support needed to respond quickly and effectively to operational demands, helping them transform their approach to digital forensics. The HM Inspectorate of Constabulary states has never been more important in helping solve crimes.

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 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.


Accreditation Support

QMS service development, consultancy and audit

Read more

Data Management

Data management, archiving, weeding, migration including on-premises closed network / cloud storage

Read more

Digital Forensic Lab Services

Discover the array of services offered by our Digital Forensics laboratory

Read more

Infrastructure Design

Operational environment, offsite-online, cloud storage and cloud computing

Read more

Proficiency Testing

Proficiency testing enables your Digital Forensic laboratory to compare against other organisations

Read more


Timely assessment of digital devices to confirm presence of evidence and direct investigations

Read more

Our Clients

What is Digital Forensics?

Damon Ugargol
13 Feb 2024

Legacy application interoperability & integration in the Police Force

Damon Ugargol
8 Jun 2023

Overcoming barriers to digital transformation in the police force

Damon Ugargol
14 May 2023

Maximising efficiency in policing through digital technology

Damon Ugargol
13 Apr 2023

Policing’s future is in the clouds

Damon Ugargol
27 Mar 2023