CELT is well-established for providing a combined total
of over 20 years technical expertise and assistance to Police forces and
the Banking community. The majority of UK Police forces have used our
services as well as other European and North American Forces. We consider
ourselves the leading experts in relation to Credit Card fraud and other
fraud related crime in the UK.
Our services are available to both prosecution and
defence agencies, along with commercial clients. In the criminal enquiries
we have assisted in, over 90% have resulted in avoiding a full trial. CELT
is renowned for producing reports of the highest standards. Our reports are
intentionally written in layman's terms for ease of understanding and
subsequent presentation at court/tribunal.
Some areas in which we have particular expertise are
Card not present/Account takeover
We work closely with
the UK Banking Community and are their preferred technical experts for
computer-related fraud involving credit cards. We have developed techniques
and software applications to recognize credit card data stored on computer
hard drives, identifying the issuing country and bank at unsurpassed speeds.
We work closely with numerous national and international Police
Forces in tackling fraud, not only in reactive investigations, but also
with pro-active intelligence gathering. In this field we have also
developed techniques and software to assist us in producing the best
possible evidence in the easy to understand format for which we are renowned.
We are experienced in presenting our findings as
technical experts in all levels of criminal and civil courts. We assist in
training police and judicial personnel in hi-tech crime investigative
techniques both in the UK and Europe. We make presentations at
international conferences dedicated to credit card fraud. We have now been
directly involved in excess of 2,000 police investigations.
At CELT, our investigators are not only experienced
technical experts but include personnel who have had UK security clearance,
experts in electronics and ex-police officers.