What is an Online Investigation?
An online investigation consists of gathering online information and intelligence from various online sources to uncover facts and insights about individuals, companies or groups. Our in-house digital investigation experts use a range of techniques and tools to access and analyse digital information such as social media posts, public records, and online databases. Together this information can support legal teams uncover digital evidence or commercial clients to identify threats to a person or organisation.
Conducting Online Investigations
Our experts at IntaForensics have a wealth of knowledge and experience in conducting digital investigations in both the private and public sector. Our consultancy service can be applied to all elements of a Digital investigation and allow the client to upskill their knowledge in the process.
For our clients looking to conduct their own online investigations, IntaForensics have experience in this area and can configure, implement and deliver bespoke packages where we can set up the ideal online investigator environment. From advising on a covert internet connection right through to installing virtual machines, configuring recording methods and producing a detailed report.
Trust and Experienced Online Investigators
Open-Source Intelligence has been around for some time in Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) investigations and we are now seeing a trend where this process is being used more and more in investigations and in court. However, online investigation is more than a ‘google search’ and research on social media. Our in-house experts are trained to use investigation methods which can assist in a whole range of information gathering such as image analysis, reverse image searching, email investigation, witness harvesting and database analysis.
Protecting the client when conducting online research is key, by having IntaForensics creating this environment, the client can be assured that there is minimal risk to their investigations.
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