What Is Digital Forensics?
Digital forensics is a division of forensic science that centers on investigating cyberattacks and recovering evidence. The evidence is documented and can then be used by law enforcement and presented in court to help prosecute the offenders.
Identify, Preserve, and Protect
Have you been hacked? Has your organization suffered a data breach?
Digital forensics is a critical element of your incident response.
Our certified digital forensics experts work to identify, analyze, and preserve details of criminal activity when your organization’s data, devices, or networks have been compromised. They preserve critical evidence, so you have every bit of available information to recover and respond.
Digital Forensics Process
Gathering evidence of cybercrime is a delicate process that must be conducted with care and precision. To be permissible in court, digital evidence must go through a very specific chain of record:
Discover the nature of the breach and its source.
Isolate and secure the evidence.
Evaluate digital artifacts—the tools and techniques—and draw conclusions based on the evidence.
Record all evidence discovered and map the crime scene.
Summarize and draw conclusions.
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When your organization needs skilled digital forensics services, we’re ready with our expertise.
Our team has been trained and certified by top industry leaders, including:
- International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (CFSE)
- International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners
- Cellebrite OpenText (formerly Guidance Software)
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