Computer forensics is the application of investigation and analysis techniques to gather and preserve evidence from a particular computing device in a way that is suitable for presentation in a court of law. As the sophistication of technology has increased, so has its employment in a wide range of crimes. Computers play a prevalent part in many cases ranging from drug offences, to money laundering and serious fraud. The seizure of computers for investigation causes a huge increase in workload for any legal team. The forensic interrogation of a computer’s hard drive and operating system can give a valuable insight into how that computer has been used, when it has been used and in some cases, where it has been used and who has used it.
A copy of the hard drive is sometimes provided for questioning when computers are seized as part of an investigation and then served as evidence. In this regard, our expert team employs a variety of cutting-edge methods while using Forensic Tool Kit and EnCase, two widely used software. A computer hard drive's sheer volume of data offers a lot of possibilities for interpretation and inference.