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Digital Forensics

Digital Forensics focuses on the identifying, recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices. 

digital forensics
capacity building
guidance
operations support

We provide

  • Operational support
  • Guidance
  • Capacity building 

Our Methodology

Steps which we use in-order to achieve goal

application auditing approach

Identification

Finding out all the evidences

encryption

Preservation

This is done in-order to prevent people from possibly tampering

benefit of penetration testing

Analysis

Perform analysis to reconstruct and draw out conclusion

documentation

Documentation

Keep a documented record of all the data

FAQ

Evidence is collected either when the investigators seize or maintain the original evidence. Detailed info can be find in this  link.

Computer forensics tools are applications or software that are used to investigate digital devices and reconstruct events. Common tools are:- Autopsy/The Sleuth Kit, Bulk Extractor, X-Ways Forensics and many more. You can find tools and information regarding tools here.

  • Media forensics: It includes identification, collection, analysis and presentation of audio, video and image evidences during the investigation process.
  • Cyber forensics: It is the branch that deals with identification, collection, analysis and presentation of digital evidences during the investigation of a cyber crime.
  • Mobile forensics: It deals with the investigation of a crime committed through a mobile device like mobile phones, GPS device, tablet, laptop.
  • Software forensics: It  investigates of a crime related to software’s only. 

When Digital Forensics Is Required?

 It is a part of incident response. Forensic Investigators identifying and document details of a criminal incident as evidence to be used for law enforcement.

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