Computer Forensics - Cyber Forensics
There are very distinct differences between Computer Professionals and specialized Computer Forensic Examiner. While both work with computers, the focus and training’s is drastically different. Normal hardware and software knowledge in no way equates to the specificity level of a computer forensics expert. The ability to safely and thoroughly examine the computers or any kind of digital evidence is a highly specialized skill that requires specialized training and systematic procedures. If anyone other than a qualified computer examiner does the job of collection or retrieval of data there is every possibility of altering, losing, or destroying the data.
Yes. It is possible to track and trace the source of these messages.
Yes. Truth Labs has sophisticated software’s and tools to recover deleted data from hard disks and memory devices. Evidences can be retrieved from user files, deleted files, email messages, file copying, attempted data destruction, internet usage and other activities.
Yes, Truth Labs can identify the source and perpetrator of an email.
All hardware, storage media and other media like desktops, laptops, mobile phones, personal digital assistants, servers, flash drives, external hard drives and camera cards, CD/DVDs, floppy disks, zip drives, tape media, digital organizers, SIM cards, cell phone memory and all types of smart cards can be used as evidence. Also included are all types of electronic data like e-mail, webmail (hotmail, yahoo, AOL), plain text and documents, images, calendar files, contact files, databases, spreadsheets, digital faxes, audio files, video files, websites, computer applications, viruses and spyware.
Any computer based fraud, abuse etc. such as obscene, defamatory or ransom emails, intellectual property thefts, employee dishonesty, sexual harassment, identity theft, financial frauds, phishing, stalking, hacking, business espionage, trade and business secrets thefts etc. are undertaken at Truth Labs.
Cyber Forensics is the application of scientifically proven methods to collect, analyze, interpret, and to use digital evidence to provide a conclusive description of crimes committed using computers and the Internet. It is the act of making digital data suitable for inclusion into a criminal investigation or a civil dispute and presenting it in a manner acceptable in a court of law.