Specialist Corporate Services

We offer a range of bespoke services to corporations to help protect them from bad actors within the organisation. We offer measured, proactive initiatives to detect when damaging events are either occurring or imminent, such as:

  • Financial misappropriation

  • Bugging & Eavesdropping

  • Leak of sensitive information

  • Data exfiltration

  • Intellectual Property (IP) theft

  • Ransomware

  • Gardening Leave

  • Wrongful death

  • Loss of trade secrets

  • Personal injury

  • Dissemination of customer databases

  • Employee misconduct

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Data Recovery of lost or hidden files

  • Fraud

  • Leak post-mortems: Who was responsible?

  • Phishing

  • Litigation- wrongful dismissal actions

  • Asset misuse

  • Industrial Espionage

  • Malware attacks

As every organisation is different so too are the paths through which damaging losses occur and, indeed, the level of damage such leaks may pose.
For this reason, we encourage interested parties to contact us without delay and be proactive about protecting your firm. This applies whether you are aware of an issue or whether you wish to engage us to avoid one.

Contact us to discuss your requirements.

Secure, Consultative Approach

Any engagement between interested parties and ourselves commences with a strictly confidential meeting.
We understand that clients may need to tread carefully when managing a developing situation. For this reason, it is always good practice for executives to contact us using phones / computers and email services which are outside of the company network.
We can arrange discrete, offsite meetings at our anonymised offices at a convenient time to promote confidentiality. These can be arranged in or outside normal business hours, including weekends.

Digital Forensics Incident Response (DFIR)

Our Digital Forensics Incident Response ( DFIR ) team is highly experienced, equipped with a broad range of technology for the analysis of digital equipment across multiple platforms including, but not limited to:

  • Smartphones

  • Hard Drives (HDD & SSD)

  • Electronic Control Units

  • Vehicles

  • Tablets

  • Infotainment Systems

  • Routers

  • Cellular phones and devices

  • Intruder Alarm System Logs

  • Fixed telephone Systems

  • GPS Tracking Systems

  • Memory sticks

  • CCTV Systems

Depending on the application, we use a combination of hardware and software tools to carefully mine the data contained in such devices. The output is then analysed with appropriate filtering to separate wheat from chaff. A good example of this is where Forensic Accounting practices require data which may not immediately apparent or accessible.

Contact us to discuss your requirements.

Aims

Broadly speaking, Digital Forensics ( DF ) can be leveraged to proactively prevent leaks or cyber security incidents and monitor outflows of data from an entity. Of course, similar methodologies are employed reactively as Incident Response ( IR ) to complete the acronym, DFIR. Collectively, both are used to help a firm with:

  • Damage control

  • Preservation of corporate reputation

  • Mitigation of loss

  • Restitution

Engagement

New forms of technology are playing an ever-increasing role in corporations. With this expansion, the importance & complexity of digital forensics grows. The evidence formats or types and digital artifacts acquired from the growth of devices, cloud services and software is constantly evolving.
The effective performance of DFIR services demands eclectic skillsets, drawing upon an understanding of IT, investigation techniques, cyber-crime and human psychology. To remain effective with the rapid pace of technological advancement, a constant evolution on the part of digital forensic practitioners is demanded. Equally, for clients to benefit from robust defence and limit the risk of loss, it is imperative that they seek engagement with us at as early a stage as possible.