Ching Liu

Director

London

Ching Liu is the Director for Control Risks Compliance, Forensics & Intelligence team. Ching is a forensic specialist in many different operating systems, ranging from personal devices to business networks and mainframe architecture. Since joining Control Risks he has been involved in numerous civil and criminal cases involving computer fraud and misuse.

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Ching Liu is the Director for Control Risks Compliance, Forensics & Intelligence team. Ching is a forensic specialist in many different operating systems, ranging from personal devices to business networks and mainframe architecture. Since joining Control Risks he has been involved in numerous civil and criminal cases involving computer fraud and misuse. He frequently assists law enforcement agencies and law firms on assignments ranging from basic imaging to interrogation of computers on subject matters involving money laundering, terrorism, paedophilia, drug trafficking and murder. He has been involved in the investigation of high-tech computer crimes, such as on-line counterfeiting and electronic espionage.

Ching has frequently assisted in many criminal search warrants for the majority of the United Kingdom law enforcement agencies. As an independent expert, Ching has also assisted international law firms with civil search and seizure orders advising on the methodology and technicalities involved in preserving computer evidence, including the impartial analysis of legal professional privilege computer documents. He has also been requested on several occasions to act as a single joint expert in cases involving the analysis of computer-based information and data discovery. These assignments have ranged from various litigation issues (such as copyright theft and loss of proprietary information) to matrimonial disputes.

Prior to joining Control Risks, Ching was Programming Manager of British Rail’s Freight Division where he supervised and developed the internal financial and statistical database systems. As well as performing regular duties, he often assisted British Transport Police in the tracking of suspicious or marked consignments. He graduated from the University of Westminster with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Computer Science. 

Ching is qualified as an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) and is listed in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses, the Sweet & Maxwell Law Society roll, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

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