Justin Jennings (Group Managing Director):
In 1997 Justin joined a leading independent computer forensic practice with international and local associations.
In 2010 he started up Corporate Forensic Resources SA, which became the IT and Forensic wing of Expecton 2000 RSA (Pty) Ltd, a member of GroupEx Holdings.
Justin has a 13 year track record in forensic investigations. He has been trained by Scotland Yard and has received training in Liverpool (UK) and Las Vegas (US) amongst others.
Justin has worked closely with the National Prosecuting Authority as well as the Directorate of Special Operations. He is also involved in the administration of the largest pyramid scheme ever to be liquidated in South Africa. Justin has assisted all the major banks, listed and unlisted companies, individuals and law enforcement and legal practitioners with computer forensic investigations and litigation support. Justin is an Associate Certified Fraud Examiner as well
as a grade A trained officer registered with the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority of South Africa.
Jacques van Rensburg (Forensics Director):
In 1987 Jacques joined the South African Police Service which he left in 2008 whilst holding the rank of Captain. During his time in the SAP he did uniform investigations and was also in Crime Intelligence gathering. In 2002 he joined the Cyber Crime Unit Gauteng, where he served as acting commander. He was involved in numerous criminal investigations ranging from multi-million rand
fraud to child abuse and child pornography.
In 2008 he joined Risk Diversion Digital (Pty) Ltd as Training Manager. Here he responsible for conducting computer forensic investigations as well as developing and presenting training courses in Computer Forensics.
In 2010 he joined Corporate Forensic Resources SA as Forensic Director.
Jacques has been involved in the computer world since 1986 and has received training in various computer operating systems, Microsoft and Linux, as well as technical aspects such as Networking, A+ Technician and Internet. He has also received training in computer fraud and various training in computer forensics, ranging from crime scene management to mobile and handheld forensics. Jacques has assisted major banks, large corporations, legal practitioners and
law enforcement with computer forensic investigations and litigation support. He has testified in numerous criminal, civil and disciplinary actions.
Lynton Jennings (IT Director):
In 1997 Lynton started up a Computer Consultancy business specialising in networking, data recovery and computer forensic software.In 2001 he was contracted to an leading independent computer forensic company as a network and data recovery specialist.
In 2003 joined Expecton 2000 RSA (Pty) Ltd as an IT specialist of the Group.
In 2010, Corporate Forensic Resources SA became the IT and Forensics wing of
Expecton 2000 RSA (Pty) Ltd and Lynton took up the position of IT Director.
Lynton has been involved in the computer world since 1996, covering all aspects of computer science and literacy. He has been involved in Computer Forensics since 2001 specialising in Forensic Accounting investigations. He has completed training courses covering various aspects of computers and computer forensics.
He has worked closely with The National Prosecuting Authority and the Directorate of Special Operations. He was also involved in the administration of the largest pyramid scheme to be liquidated in South Africa.
Lynton has assisted all the major banks , multi-national companies and individuals with computer forensic investigations, data recovery and litigation support.