The ability to recover and present data in a forensic manner is a vital part of any post-incident management. The analysis of data recovered from digital media may be the vital evidence you need as part of an internal investigation, a breach of data, assurance of information or infiltration of your network.
Data may need to recovered from a broad spectrum of devices. 4Secure are able to Provide a complete digital media forensic investigation capability; including full data recovery, interrogation and evidence capture activities in accordance with industry best practice on the following:
- Windows workstations and servers.
- Apple MAC (OSx).
- Linux based systems.
- Mobile devices including iOS and Android.
- Vehicle data including infotainment, GPS and telematics.
Your data will be acquired and processed in a manner that follows the UK Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Guidelines on Digital Forensics to ensure the integrity of the data recovered cannot be questioned.
4Secure analysts will conduct a thorough examination of your digital assets to identify, preserve, recover, analyse and present facts and opinions in a tailored report, or to the necessary requirements to support admissible evidence for legal or disciplinary proceedings. The report will be presented in a clear, concise and relevant format.
4Secure forensic analysts come from a diverse background including Law enforcement and Military with over 10 years of experience in digital forensics. Our analysts use the market leading Wiebetech Ditto Fieldstation to capture data and are trained to operate various digital forensic products including Guidance Software EnCase, Cellebrite UFED and Magnet Forensics Internet Evidence Finder but can also identify, recover and present data down to the binary level if required.
“Evidence obtained from digital platforms is an essential ingredient of almost every investigation whether criminal, civil or even HR. Getting it right first time, every time by experienced well equipped personnel is core to 4Secure’s approach”
Tony Haddow, Head of Digital Forensics – 4Secure Limited