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Benefits of Evidence Recovery and Computer Forensics

The creation of computers has made life and work very easy. People have unquestionably benefited with this enormous innovation, but businesses also have had many advantages. 292 more words

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Workplace Investigation Toronto Services


This is the era of digitization. Each and every information related to organizational functioning, whether sensitive or not, is being stored online. This has made it vulnerable to theft and misuse. 69 more words

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Recover Data from Encrypted External Hard Drive (USB Port)

This issue covers the forth technique application case study conducted by SalvationDATA technicians — data recovery through the opening of a WD 1TB external hard drive. 964 more words

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How To Recover Digital Evidence?


In any investigation, one should never expect to find all the user related information in the default folder or location. You need to search the entire hard disk to locate all the log and history files. 23 more words

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SalvationDATA Helps Reveal Truth of a Fatal Crash

Driver of a Honda died after a head-on collision with a truck and, with no camera around that remote area, automobile data recorder of the Honda is the key for identifying the cause and liability of the accident. 588 more words

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Career in Computer Forensic

So in case if you wish to make your career in computer forensics, you need to become a forensic expert. A digital detective who is capable enough to harvest, analyze evidence from computers, networks and other forms of data from electronic storage devices. 36 more words

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Test your systems to avoid embarrassment…

Before advancing undue burden arguments about being unable to find key documents, you may want to test your systems to avoid embarrassment…

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