Cybercrime Investigations

Cybercrime is the use of technology to commit a crime, and there are many different types of cybercrime, such as hacking, malware, ransomware and ransomware attacks. Physical and digital evidence is collected and examined to uncover important information about the incident, to determine where and when it took place and whether there was a direct link between the victim and the perpetrator (e.g. a hacker). While working on the ground, there were five crucial steps in computer forensics that contribute to a thorough and insightful investigation.

While traditional criminal investigations do not require a prior investment of time and can lead to the arrest of criminals, cybercrime investigations require an investment of time and can lead to arrests.
Documented and physical evidence is collected, identified and seized, including digital media and logs related to cyber break-ins and investigative operations. Experts argue that the investigation and prosecution of cyber crime, including assistance and investigation by forensic services, is hampered by factors affecting the criminal process.
Computer crime, also known as cyber crime, refers to crimes committed by experienced computer users. Crime trends show an increasing use of cybercrime as a means of carrying out financially motivated crimes through the breach and exploitation of electronic data. Cybercrime investigators are testing computer components that could be used in crimes, such as computers, servers, networks and other computer equipment.
We offer a wide range of services in a wide range of areas, including computer crime, cybercrime, computer fraud and computer security, as well as other criminal investigations.