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Digital Forensics

Its general definition is: "Identification, acquisition and transportation of all kinds of data, sound, image, signal or a combination of these contained, operated or carried by electromagnetic, optical (digital) media, in a manner that will constitute electronic (digital or digital) evidence, It is the whole of the work of storing, examining, reporting and presenting to judicial authorities.” Digital forensics has been one of the most talked about and studied topics for a long time. Infinitum IT provides exceptional computer forensic and information security services to law firms, corporations and government agencies using the most powerful techniques available.


Forensic Computer Project Areas


Our various project areas: Investigating Digital Commerce Privacy Theft/Misuse of Company Data, Internal Investigations into Employee Activities, Digital Fraud and White Collar Cybercrime, Internet Investigations, General Business and Employment Litigation, Protecting Electronically Stored Information (ESI), Computer Forensics Information Technology Expert Witness Statement, Computer Forensic Reports and Affidavits.

Frequently Asked Questions About Digital Forensics

Why Should I Use Digital Forensics Service?

Considering the audio processing capability, digital forensics service will help you ensure the overall integrity and survival of your network infrastructure. Seeing digital forensics as a new core element known as a "defense-in-depth" approach to network and computer security will contribute to the security of your organization. For example, understanding the legal and technical aspects of digital forensics will help you capture vital information when your network is compromised and help you initiate and manage legal action if the intruder is caught.

What Happens If You Ignore Digital Forensics or Don't Implement It Properly?

You may accidentally destroy evidence that is vital to an assault situation you may be exposed to, or you may be faced with a situation where your forensic evidence is found to be inadmissible in court. In addition, you or your organization may implement new laws that enforce regulatory compliance and impose liability when certain types of data are not adequately protected. Recent laws hold organizations liable in civil or criminal courts for failing to protect customer data.

What is the Content of a Digital Forensics Investigation?

First, those who research computers must understand the potential evidence they are looking for to structure their search. Computer crimes can range from child pornography to theft of personal information and destruction of intellectual property. Second, the researcher must choose the appropriate tools to use. Files may have been deleted, damaged, or encrypted, and the researcher should be familiar with a set of methods and software to prevent further damage in the recovery process. Digital Forensics collects two basic types of data. Persistent data is data stored on a local hard drive (or other medium) and retained when the computer is turned off. Temporary data is data stored or existing in memory that will be lost when the computer loses power or is shut down. Temporary data resides in registries, cache, and random access memory (RAM). Because temporary data is short-lived, it's important for a researcher to know reliable ways to capture it. System administrators and security personnel should also have a basic understanding of how routine computer and network administration tasks can affect both the forensic process (admissibility of evidence in court) and the ability to later identify and recover data that may be critical for security incident analysis.