The UK’s longest-established digital forensics consultancy, SYTECH, has embarked upon a far-reaching B2B and public sector PR campaign, supported by Zeus PR.

The move follows SYTECH achieving a landmark year in 2023, securing an additional eight new contracts with a projected value of over £11 million, following a series of highly competitive tenders for public sector bodies including four separate police forces, Police Digital Services (PDS), Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquacultural Science (Cefas).  The highly ambitious firm is currently embarking on a major recruitment drive and seeks to grow the existing 70-strong workforce by at least 30% over the next 12 months.

From its offices in Stoke-on-Trent and South Wales SYTECH, established in 1978, provides all aspects of digital forensics and cyber services (Cyber Essentials, penetration testing etc), consultancy and training, for national public sector organisations and major blue-chip organisations. Predominantly working on behalf of the criminal justice system, and associated stakeholders, the company maintains a highly experienced, multi-discipline team of Professional Expert Witnesses and Analysts, who each specialise in complementary areas, working to understand the unique requirements of each business.

Daren Greener, MD at SYTECH comments: “We are highly regarded as an effective and leading provider to the criminal justice system, and we are ambitious to extend our reach and generate awareness of our extended offering within the private sector through partnering with Zeus PR.

“A major focus for the PR campaign is to promote our consultancy and on-the-ground training support services for businesses striving to achieve ISO/IEC 17025 Quality Standards. With nine years of testing and calibration laboratory experience, and having secured the rigorous accreditation ourselves, our highly experienced consultancy team can assist laboratories and businesses to achieve the accreditation – and maintain their status thereafter.”