What is Cyber Forensics?
Every communication or action conducted on a device or online, leaves fragments of information of all types and size. Devices, network communications and the data generated on them through users can paint a digital minute by minute picture of our daily lives.
In such a data-rich world, our cyber forensics examiners can analyze computer storage devices, network servers and other types of digital media to track down hackers, investigate an intrusion, gather evidence of a crime, uncover fraud or often to just simply secure lost, leaked or stolen personal information.
The Cyber forensic process is best described in three stages:
Our forensic skills cover a wide set of disciplines which together can give you an accurate representation of facts for an investigation.
- Media and file system forensics: Discovering documents and application artifacts on storage mediums.
- Operating system forensics: examination of operating systems including Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
- Network forensics: analysis of traffic and intrusions within computer networks.
- Mobile device forensics: collection and analysis of data in mobile devices including smartphones.
- Software & Malware forensics: Discovering behavior and author information behind certain software and malware.
- Web and email forensics: tracking cookies, browser history, and other items that can help reconstruct the patterns of users online activities.
- Social network forensics: delves into pertinent social media data used in the prosecution or defense of a suspected criminal.
Reconstructed timeline excerpt of events leading up to the cyberattack on Saudi Oil Firm Aramco that wiped out data on three-quarters of Aramco’s PCs.
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