The preservation of digital data is critical in many types of investigation. Imaging of computers and associated media should be considered in all cases where further investigation or disclosure may be required. Capturing this data using forensically sound methodology is vital if the integrity of any subsequent investigation is to be maintained.
CY4OR has extensive experience capturing and collecting data from all types of media. Our team operates globally, often travelling at short notice to ensure that a complete set of data is recovered.
CY4OR has provided data collection services to help clients in a variety of circumstances including:
- Investigating suspicion of fraud
- Extracting data to comply with regulatory disclosure
- Investigating collusion or corruption
- Preserving data during litigation or electronic disclosure
- Securing information for insolvency or business recovery
CY4OR understands the wider commercial implications of data collection, including the cost and disruption to the business. As such we also offer the collection of logical evidence files which allows you to select which files or folders you wish to preserve, instead of acquiring the entire drive or server. This method of data collection can reduce processing costs and minimise disruption to business continuity through live acquisition.
We are experienced providing a discreet service, working covertly and outside operating hours if required. Whether the investigation is for civil or criminal proceedings, e-disclosure or an insolvency matter, our data capture team is available 24/7 to meet your requirements.
Situations develop quickly and can spiral out of control if not managed swiftly. The collection and preservation of data can be critical. Seconds count, and delays can have a severe impact on your reputation and profit.
At CY4OR we understand the time critical element of your case and our incident response team is available to respond to global situations 24 hours a day .
So whether it’s the execution of a search order granted at the last minute, or the dispatch of a team to collect data from multiple locations, we can assemble a rapid reaction team and dispatch them anywhere in the world.