Cybercrime and Digital Fraud
Cybercrime or computer crime is a criminal offense committed by using computers or the internet. Cybercrime / Digital Fraud is the fastest growing form of crime. The increasing reliance of businesses and organizations on ICT (information and communication technology) for management, use of the internet, email, computer, laptops and smartphones has resulted in many new opportunities for fraud.
Cybercriminals often leave unintentional digital traces. The collected (digital) facts can possibly be used to identify the perpetrator of the cybercrime and to record the facts surrounding the cybercrime.
With digital forensics, BSM can record all activities on a workstation, PC or server. We can also monitor network and e-mail traffic. Our digital detectives are involved on a daily basis in ICT forensic investigations (finding, registering and reporting digital evidence in IT systems) and web forensic investigations (intensive digital searches on the Internet). We have access to a large number of global information sources and databases, but more importantly: we know what methods we need to use to scan these sources quickly and effectively. We utilize the forensic software Encase, a global software package used by major law enforcement agencies such as police and customs to collect, analyze and report evidence.
Our digital forensic investigators are also well equipped to perform data retrieval, also called data recovery.
Do you think your company might be a victim of cybercrime, please contact us at +31(0)20-8203693