CyberTrail has formed strategic relationships with otherdigital forensic examiners, traditional private investigators, former law enforcement fraud detectives, forensic accountants, and data analysts. Uncovering evidence of fraud is a challenging task which cannot be adequately addressed by digital examiners alone. With so much information being leaked to cyber space, digital forensic investigations are a critical component of knowledge based discovery. We will help you discover the unknown unknowns about your case.
We Follow Forensic Best Practices and Adhere to the ISFCE Code of Conduct.
The Certified Computer Examiners we contract with will demonstrate commitment, diligence, and professionalism in performance of assigned duties. They will follow forensic guidelines to prevent alterations to the original media and maintain a strict chain of custody throughout the investigation. Any evidence uncovered is carefully documented within a “findings report” and verified with the original in preparation for legal proceedings such as discovery, depositions, or litigation.
The examiners we work with have been certified as digital forensic experts through a minimum of two respected vendor neutral certification bodies such as the International Association of Computer Forensic Examiners. A vendor neutral certifying body is one which focuses on the fundamental knowledge, skills and processes required for proficiency in digital forensics rather than on a specific tool. Our examiners are additionally certified in at least two vendor sponsored certifications such as those provided by Encase, Access Data and Cellebrite.
Certified Computer Examiner
There are many companies and government agencies that require their forensic computer examiners to hold the CCE certification in order to obtain or maintain their position. The certification provides a fair, vendor neutral, uncompromised process for certifying the competency of forensic computer examiners based solely on their knowledge and practical skills and abilities.
Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator
The CHFI certification validates the examiner’s skills to identify and analyze a wide range of computer crime or misuse, including but not limited to theft of trade secrets, theft of or destruction of intellectual property, and fraud. CHFI investigators can discover data that resides in a computer system and recover deleted, encrypted, or damaged file information.
Cellebrite Certified Analyst
Advanced level certification designed for technically savvy digital evidence analysts. Demonstrates mastery of the analysis and advanced search techniques using UFED Physical Analyzer to explore recovered deleted data, database contents, advanced search and analysis techniques, verification and validation, and reporting. Certification requires passing both knowledge and practical exams preceded by 38 hours of CPA coursework.
We Uncover Evidence other Forensic Investigators May Leave Behind
The professionals we work with have the training and experience to go beyond the inherent limitations of the commercial digital forensic software tools. They recover and analyze digital evidence the tools overlook. They accomplish this through the use of custom EnScripts and Python Scripts for use with Encase 7 Forensic and Cellebrite UFED Physical Analyzer. We work with coders and examiners who can recover and analyze evidence faster and more effectively by working together on strategic solutions (custom code) to resolve complex digital forensic problem sets.
Expert Witness Training
The examiners we contract with receive expert witness training so that their testimony is simple, helpful and engaging. We are aware that a person can be an excellent expert but make a bad expert witness. Our expert contractors always maintain a professional appearance. They are trained in proper demeanor, gestures, posture and tone. They are taught to avoid taking on an adversarial attitude during cross-examination. This helps to avoid any perception of bias. They avoid posting any statements on social media or other public medium that could raise an issue as to the expert’s credibility or bias.