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Digital Forensic

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Over the last 20 years or so, as computers have become connected through small local networks and ultimately through the largest network of them all, the Internet, the term computer forensics has become too limited to encompass the entire field. Because of this, most examiners who practice more than just computer forensics have taken to calling their discipline digital forensics.

The field of digital forensics has expanded to include network forensics as well, and includes such areas of expertise as investigating network security breaches, hacking attempts, and data theft.


  • We’ll help to recover, analyze, and preserve computer and related materials in such a manner that it helps you to present them as evidence in a court of law.
  • We’ll help to postulate the motive behind the crime and identity of the main culprit.
  • Designing procedures at a suspected crime scene which helps you to ensure that the digital evidence obtained is not corrupted.
  • Data acquisition and duplication: Recovering deleted files and deleted partitions from digital media to extract the evidence and validate them.
  • We’ll Help you to identify the evidence quickly, and also allows you to estimate the potential impact of the malicious activity on the victim.
  • Producing a computer forensic report which offers a complete report on the investigation process.
  • Preserving the evidence by following the chain of custody.