When a savvy computer user knowingly does something wrong, they’ll often use tricks to cover their tracks. They’ll set up locks, delete files, run malicious scripts, some can even disguise files as something that they’re not.
But even a deleted file isn’t really gone.
A trained investigator with the right tools can easily find what unsavory characters were doing, and even get past passwords.
In short, Computer Data Forensics reveals the actions that have been performed on a computer, phone, or other device, whether or not the evidence has been altered, hidden, or deleted.
Files such as documents, pictures, and video can be disguised in various ways, or modified so they don’t show up when using the computer normally. We can uncover these files on most devices, including computers, phones, cameras, video game consoles, and more.
This is the Information Age. An era of expansive innovation but also opportunistic exploitation. It’s necessary to equip ourselves to handle the needs of this rapidly changing time and landscape.
Computer forensics is a very broad field, which can benefit a wide variety of people. However, the majority of computer forensics clients fall into two broad categories. Individuals, and Businesses.
– Usually for personal and family-related reasons, such as suspected infidelity, criminal activity, or discovering hidden assets. It’s also useful for checking in on the activity of children and teens.
– As a means of watching employees or other personnel who come into contact with a business. A method of monitoring digital assets or sensitive customer data.
We use the same state-of-the-art tools and techniques used by law enforcement to track down child pornographers, identity thieves, drug traffickers, and more.
Each service can be performed individually, bundled together with others, or as part of an all-inclusive computer data analysis package. We offer packages to meet every need and situation.
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