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Digital Forensics

The data at the heart of internal corporate investigations, civil litigation, and criminal investigations is stored on a wide array of media, from servers, mobiles, tablets, computer hard drives to backup tapes and removable media. Using industry-standard and proprietary forensic tools, our highly qualified forensic examiners are expert at identifying, preserving, and analysing the relevant sources of data.

Dscifer provides state-of-the-art Forensic services in the following areas:

  • Computer Forensics
  • Mobile Forensics
  • Network Forensics
  • Database Forensics
  • Cyber Forensics

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Case assessment including review of case material, other expert reports and advice on potential avenues for collection and analysis of electronic evidence

Incident Response on crime locations or other incident premises that involves first hand on site live investigations, or handling of artefacts which involves bagging and tagging to maintain the integrity and chain of custody of the digital evidence.

Identification of evidence sources on computer systems, removable data storage and backup media, Internet data sources, mobile devices and electronically stored information (ESI) stored across enterprise systems such as network email and file servers

Evidence collection using specialist forensic hardware, software and acquisition techniques, adhering to procedures for maintaining evidentiary integrity

Forensic analysis such as timeline analysis of system usage, recovery of deleted and fragmented data, malicious access and compromise, reconstruction of user activities, transfer of data through removable devices, analysis of document and email metadata and investigation of Internet usage

Presentation of evidence in concise and understandable terms, either as informal reports, presentations, affidavits for legal proceedings, briefings for lawyers and counsel or provision of expert testimony in court