Today, computers have shrunk and proliferated into places where they aren't generally recognisable: tablets, mobile phones, televisions, cars. In this environment, the analysis of what were traditionally referred to as computers is now referred to as computer forensics, in comparison to the newer sub-fields such as mobile device forensics, embedded forensics and the like. Our expertise is primarily across computer forensics, mobile phone forensics, software forensics and embedded forensics.
Common sources of evidence include workstations, laptops, corporate servers, and backup tapes. Our computer forensic analysis has been applied to a wide range of practice areas, including:
We provide expert advice, opinion and analysis services in relation to computer forensics and digital evidence matters: