Cyber forensic Service is an electronic discovery technique used to determine and reveal technical crimes. We provide services to our clients in such a way that information can be protected and secured from unauthorized access.
We offer guidance and assistance with complex technology challenges. Cyber Forensic services help to provide protection from economic crime, financial loss and reputational loss. Hence, this service is highly critical for the business and as information is an asset to an organization, cyber forensic services protect those assets for better productivity.
Cyber forensic services include:
We can protect you from economic crime, financial crime and reputational loss
When any incident occur in the organization then incident response team is responsible for taking action on the basis of risk prioritization. They may take following decision as per organizations’ policy:
Incident response (IR) plans are designed to test your company’s ability to respond to a security incident. The ultimate goal is to handle the situation so that it limits the damage to the business while reducing recovery time and costs.
Approaches we follow for successful incident response
Forensic as a service model aims to establish a cloud forensic investigative process, which can be implemented within a cloud ecosystem, integrated with tools that should ensure relevant information is gathered, verified, and stored in a manner that is forensically sound and legally defensible.
Forensic service would help to consider the company’s important sensitive information from getting exploited by unauthorized access.
Why forensic service
The goal of malware analysis is to gain an understanding of how a specific piece of malware functions so that defences can be built to protect an organization’s network. There are two key questions that must be answered.
The first: how did this machine become infected with this piece of malware?
The second: what exactly does this malware do?
Countermeasures of malware
After a lot of malware analysis different approaches we follow for malware defence
These technologies help to protect the sensitive information from getting exploited by malware.
We fully understand that in today’s world, data matters. Forensic examination of computers and mobile devices is an increasingly important component of many investigations, from family law cases to complex corporate cases.
Our investigators can properly retrieve data from devices and preserve the data under forensically acceptable conditions. We know there is no point in obtaining information that cannot be presented in court or other legal proceedings.
It is a process of salvaging (retrieving) inaccessible, lost, corrupted, damaged or formatted data from secondary storage, removable media or files, when the data stored in them cannot be accessed in a normal way.
Phases of data recovery
Usually, there are four phases when it comes to successful data recovery, though that can vary depending on the type of data corruption and recovery required.
(a) Phase 1(Repair the hard disk drive): Repair the hard disk drive so it is running in some form, or at least in a state suitable for reading the data from it. For example, if the PCB is faulty then it needs to be fixed or replaced
(b) Phase 2 (Image the drive to a new drive or a disk image file): When a hard disk drive fails, the importance of getting the data off the drive is the top priority. The longer a faulty drive is used, the more likely further data loss is to occur.
Creating an image of the drive will ensure that there is a secondary copy of the data on another device, on which it is safe to perform testing and recovery procedures without harming the source.
(c) Phase 3 (Logical recovery of files, partition): After the drive has been cloned to a new drive, it is suitable to attempt the retrieval of lost data. If the drive has failed logically, there are a number of reasons for that. Using the clone it may be possible to repair the partition table
(d) Phase 4 (Repair damaged files that were retrieved): Data damage can be caused when, for example, a file is written to a sector on the drive that has been damaged. This is the most common cause in a failing drive, meaning that data needs to be reconstructed to become readable
Password recovery becomes necessary when the user of a system is no longer able to authenticate them because they have lost or forgotten their password. Any systems that require authentication will need to have some policy or procedure for password recovery.
The technique which helps to customer for resetting their password using following techniques:
Network forensics is categorized as a single branch of digital forensics; it includes the areas of monitoring and analyzing computer network traffic and allows individuals to gather information, compile evidence, and/or detect intrusions.
Two systems are commonly used to collect network data; a brute force “catch it as you can” and a more intelligent “stop look listen” method.