Computer Forensics Investigator
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Investigative Resource Center offers many great investigative services, including acting as a computer forensics investigator. A computer forensics investigator can help to retrieve information from computers and other digital storage devices. We can use this data for aid in criminal investigations or as evidence in cases of cyber crimes. Basically, it meets at the intersection of cybersecurity and law enforcement and we here at IRC specialize in helping big companies get the information they need.
With our ability, we can retrieve data that previously could not be recovered. We have met with clients from companies where they said their data was lost forever and that others have tried. But with our unique approach and abilities, we have a high success rate of getting the data you need. If no one has done it before it does not mean no one can do it at all.
Contact Us Today
Investigative Resource Center has years of experience helping clients across the country with important investigative services and can ably act as an computer forensics investigator. For more information about our services and abilities, please reach out to us today. The number for our office is 732-805-3985. When you call, we can provide you with more details about our services as a computer forensics investigator, as well as go over any other investigative services you may require. Check out all of the investigative services we offer. Some related investigative services are for embezzlement, corporate fraud and identity theft.
What Does a Computer Forensics Investigator Do?
In a nutshell, a computer forensics investigator gathers evidence found on computers, mobile phones, and other digital devices as part of a larger investigation into a crime or offense. There are many tasks and responsibilities that fall to this sort of investigator that differs from other cases. And the specific tasks and responsibilities of a computer forensics investigator will ultimately vary depending on the company, industry or agency. We have the experience to adapt to any given situation.
Here are some of the tasks that fall under the umbrella of a computer forensics investigator.
- extract and analyze metadata.
- collect, process, analyze, and preserve digital evidence.
- retrieve data from virtual and physical devices.
- collect and analyze network intrusion information and evidence of malicious network activity.
- ensure a chain of custody for the digital evidence in play.
- reconstruct the series of events that may have led to the compromise or breach.
- write technical reports to document case findings.
- collaborate with law enforcement and any other teams involved in the investigation.
- provide testimony in trials, depositions, and other legal proceedings.
- identify potential threats and provide recommendations for better security.
Our Skill Set As Computer Forensics Investigators
Due to our years of experience, we have built up a skill set that is suited for expert computer forensics investigators. Having success in cybersecurity and digital forensics relies on having the right technical skills. And we have that in spades. Here are the various aspects and ways we can effectively handle the situation and help you with your problem.
Effective communication is one of the most crucial aspects as of being any sort of investigator, since we work with various parties in an effort to get the information and data. We may be tasked with documenting evidence and writing reports, so we will need to make sure we get that information across to everybody.
Excel in Problem Solving
Due to our years of experience as investigators, we excel in problem solving. In only rare cases is the information and data we need easy to track down. Instead, we have to dig in and use our problem-solving skills in order to find a solution.
Use of Digital Forensic Software
As a computer forensics investigator, we utilize various types of digital forensic software to aid us in our investigations. These forensic tools allow to to ably scan devices for information and potentially crack encryption and more.
Work with Data Privacy Laws
Since we work with sensitive data, we need to be familiar with local, federal and international data protection laws. Otherwise we may run into legal issues attempting to obtain this information.
Understand Digital Storage Devices
We understand the ins and outs of data storage on hard drives and consumer electronic devices. So we are fully equipped to retrieve critical or compromised data and do so in an effective manner.
Work with All Operating Systems
Over the years, we have worked on many different operating systems. So no matter what sort of operating system you data is on, we can ably work on it. From Windows, to Linux, to MacOS and Android devices, we have the expertise to help you.
In many cases, the data we try to get and analyze is encrypted. So it is crucial for our team to excel and understand encryption and decryption methods in order to get results.
Sometimes we need to reverse engineer a piece of malware in order to better understand its functionality and its impact on the situation.