Our computer forensic investigators un-turn every piece of digital evidence to offer the most precise analysis possible. Partner with CSCT's digital forensics experts to find justice for cyber crimes and protect against future infiltration.
The likelihood of becoming a cyber victim has risen exponentially, and the attack can come from anywhere. It's essential to end the cyber incident and address the concern immediately. CSCT's extensive knowledge, expertise, and equipment allow our forensic investigators to solve cyber crimes and prevent future attacks from occurring.
Substantial evidence is required to support claims of cyber crimes. While there may not be a physical crime scene, every criminal leaves evidence of their misdoings. CSCT connects you with a team of computer forensics investigators that combine law and analytics to collect digital evidence from computer systems, storage devices, internal networks, and wireless communications. Findings are admissible in court, providing evidence in criminal cases and lawsuits.
Our digital forensic analysts meticulously scour to detect any security breach or malicious activity, analyzing digital evidence to provide the most accurate assessment possible. People and businesses often operate normally after a cyber attack, But the longer damage sits, the worse it will get. A digital forensic investigator can accurately assess your current security, outline any breaches, and proceed as needed.
These are forensic investigations of malicious software, network intrusions, and other cyber attacks. A cyber incident response team will work to mitigate the damage caused by these attacks and to identify the perpetrators. Our experts use forensic analysis findings to uncover the attack's root cause. Let our computer forensic investigators mitigate future damages if you can't prevent the attack.
With Billions of dollars lost annually to cyber criminals, it's worth investing in cyber security. CSCT helps people and organizations create fortified, crime-stopping networks for safer operations. Protect finances, sensitive information, and everything you entrust to digital devices with the help of an expert forensic computer analyst.
In today's digitally-fueled marketplace, cyber crimes could have shattering consequences for businesses, organizations, and firms. When these crimes can drain a private company of their assets, ruin brand reputation, and leak sensitive data, the threat needs to be met with prompt force.
A seasoned computer forensic investigator can track the cybercriminal who accessed your data sources to perform intellectual property theft.
A computer forensics investigation will uncover the details behind almost any situation in today's digitally-operated work environment. Data storage devices, computers, and other electronics are analyzed to detect crime or misconduct.
A data breach can seriously affect a company or organization for years, exposing sensitive information, records, and customer/employee PII (personally identifiable information).
A digital forensic investigator analyzes everything, from emails and invoices to recovered data, to expose fraud and embezzlement.
A penetration test, also known as a pen test, is a simulated cyberattack against a computer system or network. The information is then used to fortify computers and other data storage devices, strengthening your company's security.
Our agency moves quickly to detect any electric bugs within your space.
We listen to your needs and concerns, and quickly and efficiently plan our bug sweep around those concerns. We also only accept cases where we are confident we can provide the complete service you desire.
Our elite TSCM team utilizes state-of-the-art equipment to search your area for any hidden cameras and microphones even if they are deactivated or broken, our team will still find them.
Each client is treated as our only client. We make it our mission to operate as your private investigation agency providing unparalleled intelligence services. The CSCT Global team adheres to the highest moral, professional, and ethical standards.
We communicate any and all summaries of our findings and also provide you with a detailed report of any eavesdropping findings or activity we suspect.
When emergency situations come up, we're available to work around your schedule in order to detect any privacy and security breach.
Regardless of the method or the reason, high tech surveillance, hacking, electronic eavesdropping can only be identified and stopped through sophisticated Technical Surveillance Countermeasures procedures.
Put a stop to eavesdropping today.
Our expert team can conduct electronic bug searches in the following areas:
Detect and eliminate electronic eavesdropping devices so that you can confidently conduct business and maintain your privacy.
CDFE Certified Digital Forensics Examiner, Technical Surveillance Countermeasures Technician Certification, and CFI-FTER Certified Forensic Interviewer (Forensic Testimonial Evidence Recovery).
State-of-the-art, government-grade equipment is used along with proprietary technology, tactics, and software to protect your privacy and communications.
We work with clients from around the world to protect their proprietary information and ensure privacy.
Our technicians train alongside U.S. agencies including Homeland Security, US Marshalls, CIA, and FBI Agents.
Nobody is safe from cyber crimes, from cyber phishing to data collection and online fraud. Our digital forensic investigators track the activity to expose the source of malicious activity, recording court-admissible evidence in the process.
Criminals will go to great lengths in order to commit fraud, whether it's phishing for sensitive information or fraudulently collecting your banking information. Using forensic science, CSCT traces online fraud and mitigates further damages.
After a hacking attempt, malware can continue collecting information as long as you allow it. Find the source of malicious activity, mitigate future hacking efforts, and create procedures that protect your devices.
Digital forensics is a complex system involving many branches of computer science. It involves examining electronic data from computers and other digital devices to support legal or civil action. Cyber forensic services allow organizations and individuals to investigate and analyze cyber incidents. These services can help organizations prevent, detect, and respond to cyber-attacks. By utilizing digital forensic services, businesses can improve their security posture and mitigate the damage caused by cyber-attacks. In many cases, legal action can be taken with assistance from an expert witness and sufficient electronic evidence.
Digital forensics involves using cyber security tools such as malware analysis and data recovery software to analyze digital media. These forensic tools can uncover hidden information on hard drives, memory cards, USBs, thumb drives, and other digital storage devices. In cyber investigations, these tools are used to find evidence of cyber attacks or criminal behavior online.
A digital forensic investigator must possess a deep understanding of computer systems and their functionality and be experienced with analyzing data from multiple sources. By using the different branches of digital forensics, valuable evidence can be obtained to help ensure justice is served.
Digital forensics includes anything on the internet, but the focus is typically cyber crime and securing online entities. Examples of computer forensics can include crimes like hacking, online fraud, and phishing. Cyber forensics also includes recovering deleted files or data from electronic devices to uncover missing links in an investigation. An experienced forensic computer analyst can extract vital details from digital forensics to detect threats, expose crimes, and prevent future harm.
There are many branches of digital forensics, including but not limited to computer forensics, network forensics, data recovery, mobile device forensics, cloud forensics, database forensics, E-discovery, and malware analysis.
Network forensics focuses on gathering evidence from networks such as LANs (Local Area Networks), WANs (Wide Area Networks), and ISPs (Internet Service Providers). This branch of digital forensics looks into network traffic logs, and packet captures to identify any suspicious activity within the network.
Data recovery is the process of retrieving lost or deleted data from physical storage devices. This can include hard drives, USB drives, and other digital media. Data recovery professionals use advanced techniques to recover files that have been corrupted or erased due to system crashes, power outages, and other factors.
Mobile device forensics involves the extraction of digital evidence found on mobile phones, tablets, and other mobile devices. The investigator will look for text messages, call logs, images, emails, and other data stored on the device.
Cloud forensics analyzes cloud services such as Google Drive and Dropbox for any potential evidence. Cloud forensic investigators are often called upon to investigate cases where hackers may have accessed confidential information stored in cloud services.
Database forensics is the process of analyzing and recovering data from a database. This analysis is often used in cases involving financial fraud, identity theft, and other criminal activities.
Malware analysis involves the study of malicious software, such as viruses and Trojans, to identify their purpose and how they affect systems. Malware analysts will use various methods to analyze malware code to determine its effects on systems and networks.
E-discovery refers to searching for digital evidence from emails, documents, and other sources that can be used in legal proceedings or investigations. E-discovery requires specialized tools and software to locate relevant information quickly and accurately.
The Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) is a body of certifications offering various information security certifications. One of these is the Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE) certification.
The GCFE certification is designed for information security professionals who perform digital forensic investigations. It covers the theory and practice of digital forensics and teaches candidates how to locate and analyze digital evidence, leading to better practices among private investigation firms. The GCFE certification is administered by the SANS Institute, a highly-reputable organization.
Based on the nature of your case and findings, a forensic investigator from our team will coordinate with law firms or government agencies to support legal and criminal investigations. Evidence provided by the digital forensics analyst is court-admissible and meticulously collected, so you can proceed accordingly in every scenario.
When no action can be taken, we can use the digital forensics from your mitigated situation to fortify your networks and prevent future attacks. Speak with a cyber forensics investigator to see how they can improve your security and mitigate threats.
The timeline for your computer forensics examination will depend on the scale of your case and situational factors. A single storage device can contain thousands of files, which require attention from a computer forensic investigator. In recent years, device capability has made electronic discovery more difficult, but a trained forensic investigator will thoroughly comb each system to find the truth. While an initial incident response can be actioned rather quickly, it may take weeks to complete the investigation.