March 7, 2021
Computer forensics is an area where the main objectives are:
- securing and analysing evidence on digital media and within all IT assets,
- detection of cases and causes of burglary, leakage, theft and destruction of data, disloyal behaviour of employees and external entities.
Activities carried out within the scope of computer forensics focus on, among others, securing evidence, data recovery, identification and analysis of information, and preparation of an appropriate expert opinion for investigative audit or criminal or court proceedings.
The added value of our investigative computing services is to involve our entire team in a specific issue. It gives the possibility of a comprehensive look at a given case, not only for the indicated evidence, but also:
- searching for and using alternative and non-obvious sources of evidence;
- in electronic and analogue form;
- giving opinions on trust relationships with specific employees and contractors;
- legislative support;
- cooperation with law enforcement agencies and government CERT teams.
We also conduct preventive actions in computer forensics, such as monitoring of key employees’ activities or processes in the company to minimise threats from espionage or economic sabotage.
August 31, 2023
If we are discussing cyber security issues, we must admit that a safe child is a safe parent. If you take proper care of your children’s digital safety, you will avoid the risk of data theft, hacking attacks, data leaks to the web, and other dangers that minors are exposed to online. Take care of […]
June 15, 2023
Here are some tips from our cyber risk experts. Read on to enjoy a safe vacation! We are excited to search for the perfect vacation, trying to provide ourselves and our loved ones with a beautiful time and unforgettable moments. We usually take many precautions when going on vacation. We buy travel insurance, keep […]
May 30, 2023
Asked why he’d robbed banks, a notorious American gangster from the Great Depression era famously replied: ‘If they kept money in candy stores, I would rob candy stores.’ Is there any connection between old-style robbers and the plight of modern l law firms? On the surface, not really. After all, what can you steal from […]