Supporting Digital Investigations
The Computer Forensic Analysis process is the methodical approach to examining digital media to establish factual information for civil or criminal matters. This process relies on the complete integrity of data and a strict adherence to best practice, specified in the ACPO Guidelines and the Forensic Science Regulator Codes of Practice and Conduct.
Digital devices such as computers, laptops, tablets, external hard drives, storage servers and memory cards can hold a wealth of data which may be of critical importance to any investigation. However, specialist knowledge and techniques are usually required to fully extract all possible data and present it to an evidential standard.
IntaForensics have vast experience in the recovery and examination of both present (live) and deleted data. Through utilisation of exacting forensic tools, key evidential data can be analysed and recovered proving potentially critical in investigations. Our experts deal regularly in cases involving encryption, unusual operating systems and other complex investigations. Using both industry recognised forensic tools and bespoke methods developed by our skilled analysts, evidential data can be recovered and analysed, providing key information in investigations.
I can honestly say that your excellent customer service and communication has made our forensic instructions to you exceptionally easy. I am very conscious of the amount of time I must have taken up with various queries, requests, and then changed requests but you have always been very patient, polite and extremely helpful
Case Review Manager - Criminal Cases Review Commission
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