At First Response we examine computers for evidence in cases of dispute; we extract data, analyse it and report the results in clear, jargon-free English. With access to some of the most experienced IT forensic investigators and computer forensic expertise in London & across the UK, we uncover all types of data, even when attempts have been made to delete or hide it. To establish the who, what and when of computer use, call us for a no-obligation and confidential discussion.
We provide a cost effective and court admissible solution for searching through tens of thousands of emails, spreadsheets, databases and documents, helping shed light on what was happening at a company during the lead up to liquidation.
Incidents of workplace harassment or email policy breaches will often benefit from careful analysis of computers, mobile phones and company servers to reveal what was done, when and by whom – whether it was printed, saved, deleted or forwarded.
Fraud almost always leaves a digital forensic trail, with clear evidence left on PCs, laptops, servers and mobile phones. Forensic analysis of these devices helps organisations build a strong case against those who commit fraudulent actions.
Digital forensic analysis of computers, servers and mobile phones can reveal emails, text messages and spread sheets that are often key to investigating theft of intellectual property including copyright, trademarks, patents and trade secrets.
Latest industry news
Fire-Eye today released their Advanced Threat Report summarising data from the second half of 2012 collected from more than 89 million malware events. FireEye blog. (4-April-2013)
An IT admininstrator pleads guilty to hacking into and spying on New Jersey mayor's email. Sophos Naked Security (22-March 2013)
Apple Enables Two-Step Verification to Thwart Account Hijacking. The improved security measure, which is aimed at preventing account hijacking, will be available in the United States, U.K., Ireland, New Zealand and Australia. eWeek (22-March-2013)
A US teenager has been charged with distributing child pornography he allegedly hacked out of minors' cellphones with a bogus mobile text ad that installed phone-controlling malware. Sophos (25-March-2013)
The UK Govt. has announced a new Anti-Cyber Threat Center, a joint collaboration between GCHQ, MI5 and selected businesses, BBC News reports. (27-March-2013)
A security researcher has used open and unprotected devices on the internet to build a distributed port scanner to scan all IPv4 addresses. The data recovered provides an interesting insight into the way that IPv4 is used. View the results. (27-March-2013)