Computer forensics by Forensic Control
Forensic Control provides the highest standard in computer forensic services to law firms and corporate clients based in London and beyond. Our computer forensic experts analyse and present digital evidence, supplying independent expert advice in plain English. We identify, collect, preserve and analyse digitally stored data, providing high quality legally admissible evidence.
When required, we conduct covert data collections to ensure discretion in sensitive cases. Thorough processes combined with cutting-edge forensic software provide accurate and complete results with the highest level of integrity. No one can guarantee to find the data you are looking for, but if it exists, Forensic Control will find it.
We know that when the services of computer forensics specialists are required that it is often during a stressful period for the requestor. With this in mind, we aim to provide a calm, discrete and efficient service to help move towards a positive resolution For specialist IT forensic expertise, call us on 020 7193 3324 for a free consultation.
- Do not use generic accounts e.g. ‘admin’
- Every user profile should be protected by a password that is not shared
- All network devices should have sufficient logging/auditing switched on
- Event logs should be backed up to secure location
- Does your back-up procedure do what you thought it did? Verify it. Can it be restored?
What our clients say
In this post I discuss how computer forensics can assist when intellectual property (IP) theft is suspected. In my previous post on this topic, I looked at ways of reducing the likelihood of IP theft. But if the worst was to happen and IP theft did occur, how does computer forensics help you discover who did it, when and what happened to the data that was stolen?
We’re sometimes asked by home users if we can help when they think that their computer has been compromised. Unfortunately, we’re usually unable to assist in these cases as we specialise in services to law firms and other organisations rather than private individuals. We believe that there are cheaper, often free, ways for home users to manage computer security issues, rather than engaging a computer forensic company. It’s with this in mind that we’ve produced a downloadable guide: Computer security advice for home users. We also recommend the The Digital Trust, a not-for-profit organisation addressing digital abuse.