Digital Forensics

What is Digital Forensics?

Digital forensics is the process of identifying, preserving, analyzing, and documenting digital evidence. The goal of the process is to preserve any evidence in its most original form while performing a structured investigation by collecting, identifying, and validating the digital information to reconstruct past events.

Digital forensic science is a branch of forensic science that focuses on the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices related to cybercrime.

Why Your Company Need It?

The term digital forensics was originally used as a synonym for computer forensics but has expanded to cover the investigation of all devices capable of storing digital data. When dealing with a cyber- incident, quick and effective action is vital. Computer forensics is useful in a variety of litigation matters and corporate investigations.

Our team has advanced skills in Data Recovery such as Computer Forensics, Laptop Mobile Phone Forensics, Hardisk, Image enhancement. We will work with you to identify where your data has been compromised. We will document the legal chain of custody of the media and we will make a bit by bit copy and preserve the original.

Methodology

  • Assessing the Case: Detecting/Identifying the Event/Crime

    Investigation process begins with the step of assessing the case, asking people questions, and documenting the results to identify the crime and the location of the evidence. Computer investigations are conducted on two types of computers: The computer used to commit a crime and computer that is the target of the crime.

  • Preservation of Evidence: Chain of Custody

    Preserving the chain of custody is the next step. The identification of the evidence must be preserved to maintain its integrity. A chain of evidence must be prepared to know who handled the evidence, and every step taken by the forensic investigator must be documented for inclusion in the final report.

  • Collection: Data Recovery, Evidence Collection

    Finding the evidence, discovering relevant data, preparing a chain of custody is recommended for collecting data. After collect data, we create a hash of the evidence. Before collection, one should do preliminary assessments to search for the evidence.

  • Data: Recovery and Analysis

    Whether data was deleted or manipulated on purpose or by accident, during analyzing the digital clues left behind to quickly and defensibly uncover critical information. Investigation agents reconstruct fragments of data and draw conclusions based on evidence found. However, it might take numerous iterations of examination to support a specific crime theory.

  • Presentation: Investigation Report

    The detailed investigation points, collected evidence, and includes what was done and the results in the final report. The basic report includes: who, what, when, where, and how of the crime. Additionally, the report includes the log files generated by the forensic tools to keep track of all the steps are taken.

Benefits For Your Organization

  • The forensic analysis helps to recover, analyze, and preserve computer and related materials in such a manner that it helps the investigation agency to present them as evidence.
  • The quick identification of root cause and extraction of certain risk criteria from the entire data population for further analysis.
  • The ability to reduce or even eliminate the risk
  • Data protection & confidentiality
  • producing a detailed forensic report which offers a complete report on the investigation process.
  • Solution to avoid such attacks in future.