Computer Forensics Firm Sets Up HQ in Cardiff

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), January 17, 2007 | Go to article overview

Computer Forensics Firm Sets Up HQ in Cardiff


Byline: By David Williamson Western Mail

An Atlanta company specialising in gathering data which can be used in lawsuits, has chosen to establish its European headquarters in Cardiff. eMag Solutions aims to make inroads into the fast-growing 'computer forensics' sector. Around 23 jobs will be created. The privately-owned company has had a long association with Wales, and said it chose Cardiff because of its access to a highly- skilled workforce.

The decision follows work by the Welsh Assembly Government's International Business Wales team in Houston.

The new office in the Cardiff Gate business park, will be the base for a team serving customers across sectors, including consultancy, accountancy, insurance, law and the FTSE 100.

Gathering electronic evidence has become a key part of many legal investigations. It requires skills such as cracking codes and encryptions, tracking down and retrieving files that have been deleted, and establishing clear audit trails.

The growth of this sector has been powered by the emergence of information technology as the primary means of doing business. The investigation into the collapse of Enron firmly established the importance of computer forensics in both the modern business world and the justice system.

Brendan Sullivan, the US president and chief executive of eMag Solutions, said the company had a long and deep history in Wales.

'We began our history in Brynmawr and Abertillery as a former media manufacturer and, as we've progressed into a full-service litigation technology company, our business location has never been more important. …

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