Digital Forensic Recovery?
Digital forensics is the process of uncovering and interpreting electronic data. The goal of the process is to preserve any evidence in its most original form while performing a structured investigation by collecting, identifying and validating the digital information for the purpose of reconstructing past events.
The context is most often for usage of data in a court of law, though digital forensics can be used in other instances.
Micronics Data Recovery Lab, we have a full service data recovery lab to recover data from devices that are not accessible by normal forensics tools. Many time, hard drives can get damaged and sometimes even intentionally. A typical forensics lab would normally just set these devices aside, unable to do anything with them. Our lab has the capability to recovery the unrecoverable, in-house, without sending the device away and breaking chain-of-custody. We can recover from:
- Crashed hard drives
- Broken mobile phones
- Damaged memory sticks
- Non-working servers
- Legacy backup tapes
- Micronics use legally tested and approved methods to collect, preserve, investigate, analysis and present information found on all of the following digital devices:
- Company Servers and email systems.
- Computer workstations and PC’s (Windows, Mac, UNIX, LINUX)
- Laptops, Tablets and PDA (Windows, Mac, UNIX, LINUX)
- External hard drives & Back up devices.
- CD/DVDs/Floppy disks
- Memory sticks & Cards
- Social media and web based email systems
- MP3 players
- Games consoles
- Our Services
Mobile Phone Forensics
Our experts are able to forensically acquire evidential material from basic handsets to the latest smartphones, from all mobile and cell phone manufacturers using a range of advance techniques. Evidential material includes:
- Text Messages (Inc. deleted)
- Social Media files & History
- Call Logs & analysis
- Contacts & phonebook.
- Images including deleted
- Emails including deleted
- Internet Browsing
- Maps & GPS location
Micronics work closely with defence solicitors, law enforcement and the public and private sectors,
Presenting our findings in a clear and concise report which is ready for presentation in court or a tribunal.
We provide you with a set of video files on DVD to allow viewing of the CCTV footage, along with a court ready report and witness statement.
When we are given access to the CCTV unit we are often able to forensically restore the CCTV system enabling the footage to be viewed directly on the original unit.
What is CCTV forensics?
CCTV forensic refers to the use of still and moving images from a CCTV system that has single or multiple cameras attached to it. The expert will capture all footage within the period of interest from as many CCTV systems or cameras as possible. Once all available footage has been reviewed, the expert will put together the relevant footage for presentation along with a report and statement.
They will identify specific information relating to the investigation, along with times and dates from one or more CCTV systems.
This evidence can help both prosecution and defense in establishing the true course of events in a case.