Cybercrime is a serious threat affecting millions of businesses and individuals annually. Cybercriminals use various methods to breach, steal data, money, or identities or to disrupt or damage systems and networks. Cybercrime can have devastating consequences for the victim companies, such as financial losses, reputational damage, legal issues, or emotional distress.
Cybercrime investigation is not an easy task. It requires specialised skills, tools, and techniques to collect, analyse, and present digital evidence. It also requires international cooperation and collaboration, as cybercriminals often operate across borders and jurisdictions.
Unfortunately, law enforcement agencies are often overwhelmed by cybercrime cases' sheer volume and complexity. They may lack the resources or time to handle every case effectively. As a result, many cybercrime cases are shelved and unsolved or unprosecuted. That's why the help of a private cybercrime investigation company is essential. A private cybercrime investigator is a professional who can assist you with your cybercrime case by providing the following services:
Identifying the actors and modi operandi behind the cyberattack
Collecting and preserving digital evidence from various sources
Analysing and interpreting the digital evidence using advanced tools and techniques
Presenting the findings and recommendations in a clear and concise report
Facilitating cooperation and communication with required organisations
Testifying as an expert witness
Coninsec has a team of experienced and qualified cyber investigators who can handle cybercrime cases, from phishing and ransomware to identity theft and fraud. Coninsec uses state-of-the-art tools and techniques to conduct thorough and reliable investigations. Coninsec also has strong partnerships with a number of remarkable organisations that enable them to access and collect digital evidence from various sources.
Coninsec's investigation model is similar to government authorities such as police or customs. Our specialists follow a rigorous process of cyber analysis that adheres to the highest standards of quality. The investigation will contain all aspects of the incident, except investigative methods only authorised by the governments.
When preferred, these reports can also be used as evidence in court, as they are prepared in accordance with the legal requirements.