Computer forensics experts based in London since 2008. We investigate data breaches, phishing emails, invoice fraud, employees misconduct, IP theft & more.
We’ve forensically examined the contents of hundreds of computers to help give our clients the inside picture as to what really happened and when. Digital evidence can often make or break a case, but it has to be preserved, extracted, analysed and presented to very high standards if it’s to be admissible evidence. This is what Forensic Control’s computer forensic experts excel in.
Forensic Control are experts in computer and digital forensic investigations with over 15 years’ experience in dealing with all types of digital forensic analysis in businesses of all shapes and sizes. We even wrote the most popular introduction to computer forensics on the internet. A computer forensic investigator will recover, analyse and present digital evidence to support your case; they put you back control of the situation, allowing you to take informed decisions in moving forward.
All our work is carried out in accordance with the Association of Chief Police Officers’ Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence.
“Forensic Control assisted us with the investigation into a civil case that consisted of highly intricate and concealed IT issues. They produced two expert reports that were very well presented and dealt with the issues in a clear and succinct manner.”
Robert Lloyd, Partner, Caytons Law
“The help Forensic Control provided in connection with the investigation of a complex case of suspected IP theft was invaluable – not only were you quick and easy to deal with but your analysis was extremely thorough and well presented. I would have no hesitation recommending your services to others”
Marcus Rowland, Partner, Wiggin LLP
“Solid forensic skills and well written expert report for use in litigation. Good response time and reasonable fees. Would recommend.”
Damian McPhun, Beale & Co.
Our trained investigators have years of experience behind them and use the latest computer forensics software, technology, and procedures in ensuring we give as full a picture as possible as to what has happened. Our team provides a tailored approach to whatever situation you find yourself in.
How Can We Help?
Over the years we have helped a range of businesses, as well as crime and law enforcement agencies, get access to the evidence they need. In our experience, there are some common types of evidence that we are often asked to retrieve, including that which helps show intellectual property theft, employee misuse of company assets and fraud.
We’re based in the City of London meaning that is likely that we can get to you quickly if necessary, or you may wish to courier your devices to us. We can also forensically collect data from Microsoft Office 365, Google Workspace, Dropbox, Box, and many other cloud services.
Disk imaging involves creating an exact forensic replica of data stored on a device. We then analyse data from the replica. This preservation or original evidence is just one of the measures we take in ensuring that all our actions result in court-admissible evidence.
Using industry-leading tools combined with years of investigative experience, we will analyse the data in line with your requirements. We leave no stone unturned in getting to the bottom of the matter – if the data is there, we’ll find it.
Our team uses rigorous digital forensic techniques to search, identify and categorise all relevant evidential data within an investigation. We invest in the latest technology platforms and our investigators are highly experienced in using them.
Gone for good? Not exactly. Deleted doesn’t necessarily mean unrecoverable. Our computer forensics specialists have vast expertise, spanning a wide range of investigations where data recovery has been key.
At the end of our investigation, we’ll present you with a report in plain English detailing our findings and producing the evidence that we discovered. We’re more than happy to talk you though our reports, helping you with any questions.
Forensic examination of a single computer costs £3,000