The importance of data retrieval for a forensics investigation requires expertise in identifying the exact digital material that was destroyed or compromised during the incident. A recovery effort is required to facilitate a forensics analysis. This would come from its most recent backup activity.
CyberSec has worked with law enforcement officials in both digital forensics analysis and collection reporting to help provide companies the validated information needed, to present recovered files as credible material in a court of law.
Focused recovery and analysis areas include:
- Admissible digital evidence
- Event Reconstruction
- Quality of Recovered Data
- Spoliation of Evidence
Admissible digital evidence
When collecting artifacts during a computer breach investigation, the event requires not only retrieving the data in-scope of the incident, but it’s credibility on being tamper-free when it was managed.
Our teams provide the restoration and reporting assessment techniques to ensure file date creation labels, checksum binary content verification against the last backup copy, and file ownership attributes were consistent on past integrity validations during the backup process, were correctly managed as needed.
Our computer investigation specialists can give your teams the procedures required for a successful forensics incident reporting experience. We specialize in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) review reporting and collect date-stamp transaction changes in both system audit logs and file attribute modifications to create the end-to-end incident picture of the event.
This collection will give confirmation of the actual session linking information versus theorized allegations that may not be credible as admissible artifacts for presentations in legal court cases.
Transport and system process captured is culminated into a comprehensive findings report of the event that can tie-in either a user’s identification or network target source that can be presented giving chain-of-custody confidence and quality assurance.
Quality of Recovered Data
Recovered data confirmation reviews can consist of files, audit logs, emails, or captured network transactions based on the type of restored computer information and its violation incident type.
We can provide the best practice approaches needed to ensure the chance of spoliation of evidence. Spoliation could be caused by accidental or intentional negligence or ignorance based on the strength of the security process control designed to protect the data.
Spoliation of Evidence
Our teams implement reliable process assessments with your support administration department, to ensure the possibility of Spoliationis as controlled as possible. Technology and process handling requires a tight, controlled approach proven to exist in your current infrastructure. This is needed in a court of law review.
Why hire Data Recovery Forensic Experts?
Ourexperience indata retrieval procedures, along with producing reliable forensic finding reports will give an organization the legal confidenceit needs to better manage in-scope recovered computer material requiring a detailed review during a legal court proceeding.
We have the expertise in network communication, disk storage, data files, audit logs, and database recovery best practices to make sure your business has the strongest evaluation procedures in place. We provide experienced, real-world subject-matter-expert professionals who help give the most secure and detailed findings giving your company the holistic coverage needed during a data-related investigation.