The term cybercrime can refer to any criminal activity in the internet that involves at least one computer, either as the tool of the crime or as its target in progress.
According to the Department of Justice, all cybercrime can be organized into three categories – crimes that use computers as a weapon (e.g. hacker attacks), crimes that target a computer or another device (e.g. to gain access to a network), and crimes where a computer is neither the main tool nor the main object but still plays an important part (e.g. storing of illegally downloaded files).
Although many law enforcement agencies around the world have started cracking down on cybercrime, the increasing trend is showing no signs of decline. To avoid being persecuted, some cybercriminals have moved to countries with weak cybercrime laws and switched from dollars to untraceable cryptocurrency.
ICIA’s computer forensics experts investigate cyber crime, analyse and recover forensic data from your computers for you on portable devices and hard disk drives that can be used for criminal and legal proceedings.
Mobile Phone Forensics
ICIA’s cyber crime investigators specialize in recovery of all data from portable devices and mobile phones using the latest cyber auditing tools and software available for law enforcement. Our experts can recover Calls, Emails,SMS, Media, VoIP data, GPS, Internet History, Whatsapp, Viber, Signal, Telegram, Cloud Sources, and all Deleted Data on any hardware or cellphone recovery such as all Cell ID Data.
Cloud DEPSINT Forensics
Cloud data sources often represent a virtual goldmine of potential critical evidence for cyber crime forensic investigators today. Together with mobile device data, they often capture the details and critical connections investigators need to solve crimes. Recovering cloud data is often the key to solving cyber crimes.