Small Business of the Year and Team of the Year entrant – SYTECH Consultants

Small Business of the Year and Team of the Year entrant – SYTECH Consultants
Posted on 06.06.24
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Small Business of the Year and Team of the Year entrant – SYTECH Consultants

From its offices in Stoke-on-Trent and South Wales SYTECH provides all aspects of digital forensics and cyber services for national public and major blue chip organisations.

Founded in 1978, the company works predominantly on behalf of the Criminal Justice System and associated stakeholders.

It has a highly experienced, multi-disciplinary team of professional expert witnesses and analysts who specialise in complementary areas, working to understand the unique requirements of each business.

SYTECH secured eight new contracts with a projected value of £11 million over the last 12 months. The business won a series of competitive tenders for public sector bodies including four separate police forces, Police Digital Services and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.

For several contracts SYTECH will provide a comprehensive service to secure, recover and evaluate digital evidence for criminal, civil or corporate investigations, covering all aspects of computer forensics, mobile phone forensics and geo-location analysis, including expert witness provision and evidential presentations.

The team of industry-leading in-house analysts will work closely with other organisations to provide subject matter expertise for projects including the generation of Ground Truth Data and the validation of methods and tools.

SYTECH celebrated international expansion with the recent success of a major government project in Belize.

The company is proud to be creating high-aspirational careers and improving social mobility in its workforce areas.

Daren Greener, Managing Director at SYTECH, is an active participant in the nationwide Speakers for Schools programme. Daren provides inspirational career talks to highlight university pathways and the diverse range of jobs in the sector, enabling young people to feel empowered about their future.

The firm is embarking on a major recruitment drive and wants to grow the existing 70-strong workforce by at least 30% over the next 12 months. SYTECH is looking for experienced analysts, entry-level technicians and administrative staff and is interested in speaking with IT professionals, data analysts or former police officers keen to migrate into digital forensics and cyber services.

SYTECH has entered the Small Business of the Year and Team of the Year categories of the Staffordshire University Business Awards.

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