Training Overview: CHFI v10 includes all the essentials of digital forensics analysis and evaluation required for today’s digital world. From identifying the footprints of a breach to collecting evidence for a prosecution, CHFI v10 walks students through every step of the process with experiential learning. This course has been tested [...]
Hawk Eye Forensic provides extensive Computer Forensic Services aimed at locating, analyzing, and interpreting digital evidence stored on computers, laptops, servers, and other computing devices. Our expertise and specialized techniques enable us to navigate complex digital landscapes in order to extract critical information for investigative, legal, or compliance purposes.
Key aspects of our Computer Forensic Services include:
- Incident Response: Incident response is an important aspect of cybersecurity that aims to effectively manage and mitigate security incidents in order to reduce their impact on organizations. Our Incident Response Services are designed to address and contain cybersecurity incidents as soon as possible, ensuring a quick and coordinated response to protect your systems, data, and reputation.
- Data acquisition and preservation: Data acquisition and preservation in computer forensics are essential steps in handling digital evidence while ensuring its integrity and admissibility for investigative or legal purposes.
- E Discovery/Email Forensic: Electronic discovery (eDiscovery) and email forensics are essential parts of computer forensics, especially in terms of collecting, analyzing, and preserving digital evidence from emails and other electronic communications.
- Data recovery/Extraction: Data recovery and extraction in computer forensics involve the retrieval and analysis of digital information from various storage devices to gather evidence for investigative or legal purposes.
- Malware & Keylogger Analysis: Malware and keylogger analysis in computer forensics is the in-depth examination of malicious software and keylogging applications to understand their functionalities, behaviors, and impact on systems.
- Forensic reporting: Forensic reporting in computer forensics involves preparing detailed and structured reports that document the entire forensic investigation, findings, methodologies used, and conclusions drawn from the examination of digital evidence.
- Expert witness testimony: Expert witness testimony in computer forensics entails providing specialized knowledge and professional opinions in legal proceedings or trials concerning digital evidence.
- Cross-examination: Cross-examination is essential in legal proceedings involving computer forensics for challenging or scrutinizing the evidence presented by an opposing expert witness.