Digital Forensics

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The Why, What and How it happened, identify the root cause

Digital forensics is a vital part of an incident response strategy. Thus, it must be addressed by the organization through its budgets, personnel, policies, and procedures. It is not hyperbole to say recognizing and mitigating these risks is crucial to a business’s reality.

A step-by-step approach for Digital Forensics

Identify

Identifying an event from indicators and defining its type. It is significant as it affects other steps.

Prepare

Formulating tools, search warrants, management support, monitoring authorizations, and search warrants.

Preserve

Secure and preserve the state of physical and digital evidence so that it is admissible in the court of law

Collect

Collect the physical act and identical digital evidence using standardized and accepted procedures

Analyse

Determine significance, restructure fragments of data and draw inferences based on evidence originated. This might take several duplications and analysis to support a crime theory

Report

Summarize and offer a report of conclusions. Ensuring physical and digital assets are returned to the appropriate owner as well as defining how and what criminal evidence must be removed.

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Cyber Forensics Services

Our expert forensic team can set up and conduct a full forensic analysis in order to assist with the key points to prove in the investigation. This may include keyword searches, examination of internet artefacts (including history, bookmarks, messaging and social media) and analysis of electronic document files (including Microsoft Office documents).

Digital Forensic Investigation Strategy

At ValueMentor, we understand the complexities of protecting an organization’s electronic data. When this is combined with an established cyber security strategy, you can be sure that company digital assets and data are safeguarded.

Forensic Analysis

Our expert forensic team can set up and conduct a full forensic analysis in order to assist with the key points to prove in the investigation. This may include keyword searches, examination of internet artifacts (including history, bookmarks, messaging, and social media), and analysis of electronic document files (including Microsoft Office documents).

Forensic Analysis – Specifics

  • Network Forensics
  • Memory Forensics
  • Email Forensics
  • Malware Analysis
  • Mobile Phone Forensic Analysis

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