Digital Sleuthing for Beginners (and AGM)

10 Dec 2020
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Simon Biles
Digital Forensic Analyst and Information Security Specialist

Ever wanted to be a detective? Fancy yourself as a Morse or a Poirot? Come and have a listen to the process involved in a digital forensic investigation – walking through a fictional practice case developed for undergraduate Digital Forensics students closely based upon several real life cases.


Simon Biles is an experienced Digital Forensics Expert Witness. He has given evidence in a wide range of criminal and civil cases in the United Kingdom – including terrorism, indecent images, fraud, murder and blackmail.



  1. Welcome and Introductions
  2. Apologies for absence
  3. Minutes of the previous AGM
  4. Matters arising from the minutes
  5. A report from the Chair on the year’s activities
  6. A report from the Treasurer
  7. Election of Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, Inclusion Officer and committee members
  8. Any other business

Please note that notification of items to be raised at the AGM under “Any other business” should be sent to the Secretary (simon(at) not less than three days in advance. Admission of items not so notified at the AGM will be at the discretion of the Chair.

Any nominations for the positions of Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, Inclusion Officer and committee members should be made to the Secretary (simon(at) at any time prior to the meeting. Any person nominated must be a member in good standing of the BCS and they must be nominated and seconded by persons who are also members in good standing.


Meetings are free to attend and non-BCS members are welcome.

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Mansfield Public Talks

Join Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, co-founder with Sir Tim Berners-Lee of the Open Data Institute, Principal of Jesus College, as he explores how humanity’s relationship with AI technology is evolving in the first decades of the 21st century.

When: 30 October, 5.30pm

Where: This event will take place online via Zoom