Computer Forensics

Computer/Network Forensics is the key to determining the root cause of any computer related event.

Data Defenders’ Computer/Network Forensics solution focuses on acquiring and analyzing digital artifacts (data) on computer, server, and network and other IoT devices that store or process data to determine the root cause of a cyber-related event.

Data Defenders’ Applied Computer Forensics™ (ACF) methodology, a concept pioneered by Data Defenders, is an innovative application of traditional computer forensics processes and methods used to address system integrity auditing requirements. This methodology allows the application of computer forensics techniques that were once unavailable due to the length of delivery time and cost of services. Using this unique methodology, computer forensics can now be integrated directly into an organization’s technology infrastructure operations to manage the integrity of its IT operations and provide real-time auditing capabilities. Our ACF methodology can be used for the auditing of any computer, digital device, or enterprise information system in real-time, reducing the decision-making time required to address potential or active threats to your organization.

The Applied Computer Forensics process developed by Data Defenders can be used on any electronic device or technology infrastructure: from a computer, cell phone, global positioning system (GPS) system in a car, an automated teller machine (ATM), a digital camera, storage media, or complex network infrastructure, our methodology can help your organization acquire the necessary digital artifacts to determine the root cause of any incident or matter. If the electronic device stores data, that data can be retrieved and examined using Data Defenders’ computer forensics processes and expertise. The growth in the integration of technology in our lives through the Internet of things (IoT) has increased the opportunity for unauthorized access into our lives, as a result, computer forensics has become an extremely important process in law enforcement, corporate IT management, government IT management, and litigation activities requiring an innovative methodology that can quickly and accurately acquire and analyze digital artifacts necessary to support the investigative efforts of any cyber-related matter.