Computer Forensics helps to examine the target computer in a forensically sound manner with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting the evidences to the concerned party.
IoT forensics deals with the complete investigation process of crimes related to IoT. It follows the same procedure as computer forensics, i.e., identification, preservation, analysis, presentation, and report writing.
Network Forensics allows you to identify and resolve security incidents faster by capturing and indexing full packets. You can detect and reveal a broad array of security incidents and threats and quantify the impact of each incident. Reviewing specific network packets and sessions before, during and after an attack would make it easier for analysts.
Drone forensics helps you to extract digital evidence from a drone’s internal storage, external SD card or physical dump, parse and decode the data quickly and easily, review this valuable data in human-readable form. Once parsing is completed experts can analyze drone GPS locations and detailed information.
Applying complex techniques in addition to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning algorithms to help investigators analyze audio, video and image evidences, to look beyond the obvious, detect tampering, enhance the quality of media.