Computer Forensics

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Computer Forensics@ ValMIND

Computer forensics is a branch of digital forensic science. This pertains to legal evidence found in computers and digital storage media. The goal of computer forensics is to examine digital media in a forensically sound manner with the aim of recovering, linking and understanding information.

The Process

Forensic Resources have become a vital asset in providing evidence in cases such as computer misuse and attacks against computer systems. We are also used to trace lines of communication in traditional claims. This includes the forensic analysis and reporting of all digital media, regardless of the physical condition of the media, format or operating system.
Forensic computing examinations by our computer experts are in an understandable computer forensic analysis report, which details all our findings. As with the examination of any evidence, a well-documented chain of custody is essential. Our forensic analysis includes notes taken by the examiner, details of the hardware examined, the procedures and software used in the examination, and any evidence found. Our computer forensics reports are simple to understand and comply with the Civil Procedure Rules for Electronic Evidence and the Association of Chief Police Officers guidelines.

What We Do

Our cases have ranged from reviewing a single SMS text message to an investigation of over 60 computers. In general, our work covers the following

The provenance of images and documents.

Recovery of internet browsing, chat activity, and other ‘history’ can assist in identifying an individual user and a mode of operation.

Locating evidence left behind relating to file sharing (also referred to as P2P or Torrents) activities.

Identifying and providing materials, such as e-mails, documents, and time-based activities in a practical format for review.

Establishing the likely location of a mobile phone-based on the network provider’s call data records.

Data recovery.

Confirm the methods and findings of work undertaken by others

cyber security
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