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Strathclyde Forensics

Strathclyde Forensics

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Address: 85 Armadale Street
Glasgow
G31 2PS

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 Computer Forensics, Mobile Phone Forensics, Expert Witness, Data Recovery, Remove me from Google, Data Deletion, Data Destruction, CPD, Training, Due Diligence

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Computer Forensics Computer Forensics is the study of computer systems in order to preserve, extract, analyze and report any data related to malpractice, fraud, any kind of crime or malicious activity.

Computer Forensics include the study of volatile memory (RAM), the permanent memory (ROM), hard disks and other magnetic and optical storage media. It however extends to several other areas. Here at Strathclyde Forensics we refer to that umbrella of disciplines as Digital Forensics. Browsing through our menus, you can see all the different areas where digital forensics expand.

Computer forensics include the discovery, recovery, analysis and reporting of several forms of data including electronic documents, emails, web pages, internet browsing history, login details, access to other devices like printers or networks, images, video, sound, and even traces of local activity. There are certain misconceptions about what computer forensics is and is not, and part of the blame has to go to the popular TV crime and science fiction shows.

In our investigations we have recovered browsing history, emails and documents that go back to more than 10 years. We have recovered deleted images, documents and videos, and we even recovered information about when a specific user opened a specific document file, years ago.

The amount and quality of information that can be recovered is dependant upon certain factors. The usage of the computer since the time of the incident that is investigated is one of the most important factors.

At Strathclyde Forensics we shall always discuss the limitations of each examination beforehand, so you are aware of the possible results. When it comes to recovery of data and evidence from hard disk drives, our success rate is most of the times more than 100%, in the sense that we return to the client with more evidence and data than the client anticipated.

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DFS LogoMobile Phone ForensicsMobile phones are nowadays almost anything but just phones. With the introduction of the 3G generation and the likes of iPhone, Blackberry etc. the mobile phones are a comprehensive tool that includes a portable computer, internet connection infrastructure, GPS for satellite navigation, cameras, and even Office suites, wireless connection to keyboards and printers; they are as complicated as it can get.

Until a few years mobile forensics was concentrated to retrieving SMS messages, photos, address books and details of the last connection with a mast. Today we can extrapolate incredibly more information. We can get deleted photos and videos, messages, call records, and even deleted documents. We can also retrieve internet browsing activity, instant messaging logs and wireless connections logs. We can also use the (in the GPS enabled phones) the SATNAV applications in order to trace where the phone has actually been.

Today, live tracing facilities allow companies to locate their employees through their mobiles, and parents to know where their children are, especially if they are vulnerable and very young.

Once a mobile phone is under investigation, the relevant USB write blocker (either hardware of software) is used, to ensure there is no alteration to the suspect mobile or the suspect SIM card.

The amount and quality of the information that can be recovered, is subject to a series of factors.Please feel free to discuss what can and can not be recovered in an investigation and why

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