Thiruvananthapuram, Aug.01: Alibi Global Private Limited, a startup registered under the
Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM), has received accreditation from the National Accreditation Board
for Testing & Calibration Laboratories (NABL), becoming the first private forensic lab in South
India to get the recognition.
The startup has been working exclusively in the domain of Cyber Forensics, providing training and
support to the law enforcement agencies including Kerala Police, Tamil Nadu Police, National
Crime Records Bureau, CERT-IN, Andaman & Nicobar Police, C-DAC and also to private clients, for
Alibi Technical Director Shri Bhadran VK said the cyber forensic lab of Alibi possesses
internationally acclaimed forensic software and hardware tools that could be used to acquire
evidence from CCTV videos, advanced mobile phone devices, computers, servers, network and
other storage devices. Recovery of deleted files from mobile and computer devices are all within
the scope of NABL accreditation granted to Alibi.
Forensic experts from Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) Hyderabad and Forensic
Science Laboratory (FSL) Goa, conducted several rounds of stringent audit after which, the
accreditation was granted to Alibi.
The cyber forensic engineers of Alibi, about 95 percent of whom are women, conduct the analysis
and cyber investigation of various digital forensic cases assigned to them, adhering to stringent
policies and guidelines of NABL, according to the former Joint Director of Kerala State Forensic
Science Lab, Dr Sunil SP, who currently heads the operations team of Alibi.