Computer forensics

Digital forensics is a field of computer science and criminology that deals with the use of computer tools and data analysis techniques to identify, collect, and process electronic evidence in investigations and court proceedings.

What does computer forensics involve?

With digital forensics, data from computers, mobile phones, hard drives, USB drives, and other electronic devices can be collected and analyzed to establish facts or evidence, as well as identify suspects or victims of crimes. Digital forensics is becoming increasingly important in today’s world, as many criminal activities take place in the digital realm. As a result, digital forensics is a crucial tool for law enforcement agencies in combating cybercrime and protecting against cyber attacks.

What can we do for you in the scope of digital forensics?

Digital forensics can encompass many different fields, such as programming, computer networks, cybersecurity, encryption and cryptography, data recovery, data analysis, and many others.

Identity identification based on online information

This can include various types of data such as email addresses, phone numbers, names, identification numbers, profile pictures, social media accounts, and many others.

Data recovery

From mobile phones, computers, and other data storage devices. Data recovery may involve scanning the device’s memory, recovering data from backups, restoring deleted files, and resolving software-related issues.

Detection of spyware applications

Checking devices for the detection of monitoring applications is the process of detecting spyware software installed on devices.

Cyber investigations

Fighting cyber crimes such as cybercrime, identity theft, online fraud, drug-related crimes, and terrorism in cyberspace.

IT forensic audit

Forensic IT experts at Verificators search for information and evidence of potential economic crimes within organizations by analyzing content on email accounts, computers, and company phones.

IT penetration testing

Penetration testing provides a technical check on the security present in an organisation’s IT assets, enabling early security of the ICT infrastructure by identifying vulnerabilities before they are exploited by cybercriminals.

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What else can we do for you?

Verificators' digital forensic experts are specialists who use their knowledge of IT and information technology to conduct criminal investigations, civil inquiries, and IT security audits. Here are some situations where our help might come in handy:

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