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Digital Forensics (or computer forensics) is the discipline that deals with the identification, preservation and analysis of information contained in digital storage devices (PCs, notebooks, external hard-drives, USB drives, mobile phones, smartphones, etc.) and in information systems in general, in order to highlight the existence of useful evidence in court and out of court.
During the trial, the judge must reconstruct the truth of the facts on the basis of the evidence collected for the purposes of his decision. The main function of the evidence is in fact to allow the judge a correct reconstruction of the event which allows to find confirmation in the truthfulness of the facts stated by the parties.
Digital evidence or digital evidence, obtained from electronic devices (information technology and telematics), is recognized as evidential value and it performs the same functions as “traditional” evidence.
Its characteristics, involving delicate and complex problems linked to the ease with which data and information can be manipulated, altered or destroyed, make it necessary to resort to international best practices and specific procedures for their acquisition, analysis and “crystallization”.
Digital Forensics requires the involvement of technical-IT, legal and investigative skills, as each aspect has a unique approach that leads to different but essential results for an in-depth and effective analysis activity in the trial, not only criminal but also civil, tax and labor law.
Depending on the type of device from which the data to be examined is obtained or the access methods, the different areas of activity are distinguished.
Some of the Digital Forensics services offered:
Argo Cyber’s multidisciplinary and highly specialized team provides Digital Forensics consultancy and services to companies, credit institutions, insurance companies, law firms and private individuals.
At the end of the technical activities, an accurate report will be drawn up, describing the methodologies used and the operations carried out to achieve the result of the analysis of the digital data.