TCS’ Certified Digital Forensic Examiners use methodology and standards consistent with those of law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and RCMP. We adhere to strict case management protocols, follow chain of custody procedures and verify and cross-verify our findings.

We Offer The Below Digital Forensic Services

  • Cloud Services Investigations

    There has been a revolution in the field of Digital Forensics thanks to the increasing use of The Cloud. As data is increasingly stored remotely, forensic investigations are tasked with looking beyond computers and mobile devices for data.

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  • Computer Forensics

    Whenever there is information on a computer that could be relevant to a case in a court of law, a Computer Forensic Investigation is required when retrieving the data. Evidence must be handled by a professional Digital Forensic Expert.

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  • Data Recovery

    When you delete an email, document or file and then empty the Trash or Recycle Bin on the computer, most people assume that what has been deleted is gone forever. However, electronic documents are not so easily disposed of.

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  • Incident Response

    At TCS Forensics, we are acutely aware of the three burning questions on your mind when a data breach has occurred: “What happened?”, “How did it happen?” and, “Who is responsible?” Our Incident Response Team will help you answer these questions and more.

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  • Internet of Things (IoT) 

    Often referred to as “smart” devices, they come in many different forms such as thermostats, “smart” appliances, wearable fitness trackers, etc. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of digital devices that can send and receive data via the internet.

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  • Mobile Device Forensics

    Vast quantities of data are constantly being saved on mobile devices, which makes them particularly useful to Forensic Examiners. Frequently, they contain information not found on computers such as location information from GPS receivers in smartphones. 

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  • Onsite Investigations

    An onsite investigation is useful when the removal of digital devices would be too disruptive. For example, a business with multiple locations, or one that operates internationally, may not have the capacity to shut down their server.

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