WHAT IS COMPUTER FORENSICS?
Computer forensics otherwise known as "digital forensics" is a process of electronic discovery to acquire digital evidence, analyse facts and report on a case
by examining digital devices such as computers,
hard drives or any other storage media or network conducted by a suitably trained computer forensic analyst in order to investigate a claim or allegation.
Computer forensics involves 4 basic steps:
1. Acquisition and collection of data
Cyber Law Consulting
provides following services:
- Data Acquisition of Hard disk / Digital Storage Media
- Deleted, partially overwritten or formatted data recovery from hard disk
- Email Forensics
- Forensic examination of Internet access
- Analysis of Encrypted / Password Protected data
- Forensic Analysis of data from Central processing units, internal and peripheral storage devices
- Such as fixed disks, external hard disks, floppy disk drives and diskettes, tape drives and tapes,CDs, DVDs, USB Devices, digital cameras and digital
storage media, operating logs, software and operating instructions or operating manuals, computer materials, software and programs used to communicate
with other terminals via telephone or other means, Network Logs etc.
- Incidence Response, on-site support and Evidence Processing
- Networking device logs examination
- Malware and Volatile Memory analysis
- Steganography decoding services
- Expert Testimony