Computer Forensics

By: Investigator (UK) Ltd  06/07/2011
Keywords: data recovery, computer forensics, corporate investigations

Computer crime is an ever increasing problem that is affecting businesses as well as individuals, who are discovering that their privacy is being invaded, their computers corrupted and much more. In both civil and criminal matters, computer technology is often involved. Investigator (UK) Ltd can help you secure that evidence.

 

Computer crime can be defined as criminal activity involving an information technology infrastructure, which includes unauthorised access, illegal interception, data interference, forgery and electronic fraud.

 

As the definition of computer crime is so broad, just about anyone can be caught up in it. Whether it is theft of information from an office PC, or personal data being taken from a laptop. The number of high profile cases where data or data storage devices such as USB memory sticks or hard drives have been stolen from government bodies and organisations show that no one is immune to computer crime in all of its many forms.

 

Investigator (UK) Ltd's computer forensic experts have a wide range of methods and tools that can be used for discovering potential evidence located on computer systems, recovering deleted, encrypted or even damaged file information. Investigator (UK) Ltd use a methodical approach of examining digital media to establish factual information for civil or legal matters, and is a highly advanced method that can identify and prove who is responsible for the crimes against you and your computer.

 

Investigator (UK) Ltd's computer forensics service covers all aspects of the examination process, from the capture of data, expert analysis of the evidence, to the presentation of the findings.

Keywords: computer forensics, corporate investigations, data recovery, financial investigations, Private Investigator London

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