If you suspect that spyware or malware has potentially given an attacker access to all the data on your device, NSI Global’s Digital Forensic Unit’s spyware forensics and analysis service should be called immediately. This is because, alarmingly, spyware and malware, including zero-day attacks (attacks that have been designed not to be detected by current anti-virus tools) are easily purchased online now. As a result, they are a major threat to people and organisations’ privacies. With our spyware and malware detection, we can find the offending software and identify how it was installed, such as through an infected image or file that is sent to the device via Bluetooth, email or as a message, or by an infected link that is sent via SMS.
A device that is used as a tracking or eavesdropping tool without the express or implied knowledge of the user/owner of the device is in breach of numerous Australian State and Federal, Privacy Acts, Telecommunications Interception Acts, and Surveillance Devices Acts. However, these illegal acts can be difficult to detect.
As spyware private investigators, NSI Global’s Digital Forensic Unit utilises specialised restricted access equipment to conduct a Digital Forensic Spyware and Malware Analysis. Our specialists forensically analyse the behaviour of suspected devices, with a special interest in detecting spyware on mobile phones. Using our spyware forensic analysis methods, we can identify zero-day attacks, malware or spyware that may be installed on your device.
For a more comprehensive counter surveillance approach, we also have digital forensic experts who can retrieve data that has been deleted as a result of spyware or malware. We also conduct detailed TSCM bug sweeps to ensure that your premises are not bugged, keeping your private discussions private. Using a combination of these services, our risk advisory team can help you identify and protect security weaknesses, preventing future attacks and your organisation being compromised.