A forensic copy of your digital media
What is Digital Forensics?
In the event of a computer security investigation, a vital part of the response process is making a copy of your data for safe forensic analysis.
The evidence is safely copied, transported and stored in a secure environment, where digital analysis can then begin.
PGI adhere to using ACPO Guidelines for Digital Evidence where possible, in preparation for court-ready presentation of findings.
Why do we need Digital Forensics?
In order to correctly investigate an incident, a copy of the digital media needs to be made. This will allow us to map a sequence of events that have lead to a security breach.
PGI can identify certain pieces of information that are stored on a device, which could be crucial to build a narrative to support a case.
Digital Forensics examples
PGI have worked alongside law enforcement, intelligence and defence sectors to support various types of investigations, such as:
- Computer security incidents
- Assisting law enforcement
- Accidental system damage recovery
- Data recovery
- Corporate data loss
- IP theft
- Malware identification
- Insider threat
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Forensic evidence recovery
Digital Media investigaton
Full and detailed analytic reporting