Basil is a digital forensics consultant, owner of Strathclyde Forensics and the Manager of The Cyber Academy at Edinburgh Napier University. He has diverse business experience in the UK and Greece, and has worked with organisations like IBM, Abbey National, Glasgow University, HM Government and Edinburgh Napier University.
Since 2009 he has been running his own business, Strathclyde Forensics, providing Expert Witness and Digital Forensics services, businesses and individuals, but mainly to the legal profession. He has been involved in several high-profile cases and has been providing customised CPD training to solicitors and other legal professionals in Digital Evidence, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity.
Through his position at The Cyber Academy he has provided training to the Chinese Government, including the Ministry of Industry and IT, and the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, as well as most branches of the Scottish Government on Incident Response and Cyber Resilience.
Basil is a regular speaker to universities (Glasgow, Strathclyde, Edinburgh Napier, UWS, Robert Gordon, SAN, American College of Greece) and conferences in the UK and abroad (Poland, Romania, Greece, Germany) and he has organised this year’s Big Data in Cyber Security Conference, at Napier University which attracted an audience of 250 and speakers from around the world, including the ITU and the FBI.
In the last few years he has participated in several events of The Law Society of Scotland, has been working (and presenting) with INTERPOL’s Digital Forensics Expert’s Group, and has had over 20 awareness engagements that also include SYLA (Scottish Young Lawyer’s Association) and SPA (Scottish Paralegal Association).
CPD & Training with Basil Manoussos, AAS,BSc,PGC,MSc,MBCS,:
Watch our recorded webinar to hear about cybersecurity challenges and solutions in the Covid-19 era
Delivering Justice Remotely: AI Solutions for the Courts of the Future - Recorded Webinar (free) CPD
Watch our recorded webinar to hear about AI solutions for the courts of the future.
Gain a basic understanding on how digital evidence is used in criminal cases and how it is likely to affect the case you are working on.
Introduction to Digital Evidence for Employment Tribunals & Family Courts (Free Recorded Webinar) CPD
This webinar aims to create awareness on the presence of digital evidence in family court cases and employment tribunals.
This webinar will help you to understand the challenges created by police forensic reports, the probability of errors and omissions in these reports and the reason why they should be scrutinised as early as possible.