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Computer Forensics

Computer Forensic Data Recovery - E-Discovery - Court Admissible Reports

At NSI Global Counter Intelligence our Computer Forensic and Hard Drive Data Recovery examiners are able to recover lost or deleted data from computer hard drives which we then piece together and use a very advanced forensic search technology which allows critical evidence to be displayed in an easy format for our clients. Our IT professionals are able to investigate improper usages of email, intellectual property theft, and perform internal reviews of employee usage on a computer.

NSI’s Computer Forensic experts follow a strict digital forensic extraction and analysis methodology. Being Australia’s best equipped digital forensic lab, our experts ensure that no digital evidence is ignored. We provide legally admissible reports and our legally qualified examiners can provide affidavits and expert witness testimony.

We specialise in digital forensic investigations ranging from corporate fraud, financial tampering, cybercrime, and employee misconduct, for clients ranging from the private sector to multinational organisations, law firms, law enforcement and government agencies.

NSI’s digital forensic experts can provide you with assistance with your most complex and sensitive investigative or litigation matters involving electronic evidence or data preservation.

Our computer forensic services include:

  • Recovery of data from logical failures of a hard drive which may be due to virus damage or deleted sectors
  • Recovery of data from physical failures which occur when you begin to hear clicking noises
  • View electronically stored information (ESI) in a format that is easily searched. Used for e-Discovery and investigations into claims of fraud, improper use of assets, data theft, compliance, human resource violations or criminal activity
  • Ability to see the relationship between emails, files, downloads. Used in conjunction with our mobile phone forensic analysis service
  • Integration of data from mobile phones with email and other documents to provide a full picture of evidence
  • Thorough report process that is court admissible
  • Methods used by law enforcement and governments worldwide

We can present the evidence in a court admissible report. Some common examples for when a forensic search on a computer would be helpful is when data has been deleted from a work computer and it is needed for a pending court case (deleted data and emails may be retrieved); or if there are divorce proceedings in place and the client suspects their partner is using the computer dishonestly.