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Digital Forensic Lab Services

What digital forensic lab services do we offer? And how do they help meet customer needs?

CACI’s Digital forensic laboratory (DFL) services have been designed to meet the needs of Law Enforcement customers, namely the capture and preservation of data stored on computer and phone type devices, the processing of acquired data, the review of processed data and the analysis and report writing of key findings.

However, as service requirements can differ between clients and between contracts, DFL must be flexible in their approach in order to meet a broad range of customer needs. To achieve this, DFL work with clients to understand and document their needs for each piece of work. By doing so, all service requirements are discussed and agreed with clients prior to the initiation of DFL services. Agreed service requirements are recorded within Client Work Instruction documents, which are version controlled and reviewed each time a service request is received.

The following table defines the phases of services provided by DFL:

Digital Forensics Services Diagram

Quality control and compliance activities

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 also 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.

Contact us

Contact our Digital Forensics Team for further details: [email protected]


Accreditation Support

QMS service development, consultancy and audit

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Data Management

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

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Infrastructure Design

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

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Proficiency Testing

Proficiency testing to evaluate proficiency in conducting digital forensic examinations and analysis

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

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