Why Digital Forensics?

Cybercrimes are vastly increasing gradually. Cyber crimes are criminal activities that are done with the use of computers. For an instance, different types of crimes are Information security incidents, ransomware attacks, crypto jacking, theft of data, corporate Espionage, and traditional crime.

To investigate these crimes more toughly we need digital forensic. Digital forensic help us in recover from damage and bring culprits to justice and making sure it does not happen again.

A normal investigation is not able gain evidence the cybercrimes cover their tracks. The importance in a digital forensic is the investigation will cover all the aspects of how an attack happen, what the attacker did and all the steps they took.

What is Digital Forensics?

Digital forensic is the process of identifications, preservation, collection, examination, analysis, presentation and taking decisions of computer evidence that can be presented to courts. By using approved techniques and tools a forensic investigation is carried out to find evidence from electronic devices like mobile phones, servers, network, and computers.

There are different types of Digital forensics namely,

Computer Forensic

Network Forensic

Mobile Forensic

Database Forensic

Cloud Forensic

Digital Forensics Security Services Provide by CyberLabs

We provide cyber forensics and digital investigation services on cybercrimes or any kind of incident.  The forensic investigation is conducted according to standard approved way following the guidelines while maintaining the forensic integrity of data.

Our team acts in a professional manner from the point of identifying the evidence, Examining, analyzing, and presenting the results. All the data will be preserved and collected in a standard manner. The materials will be presented in a simple term so that it can be understood by any party.

Our Digital Forensic Process is consisting with three steps,

  1. Acquisition – Identifying the context of the investigation, evidence and potential containers of evidence.
  2. Examination/ Analysis – Verify the integrity of the image and examine the image. Building hypotheses and looking for evidence to prove or disprove the hypothesis.
  3. Presentation – Presenting the examination outcomes as a report.