TCS Forensics offers a wide variety of Cyber Forensic Investigation services, including Penetration Testing, Vulnerability Assessment, Cyber Forensic Investigations, Threat Prevention, Detection & Reporting, Incident Response, Password Cracking.
How TCS Forensics Can Help
TCS can help your organization to ensure that your network is secure and your data is protected from data breaches.
TCS offers the following services to help you avoid the unnecessary expense and potential damage to your reputation of reporting a privacy breach:
- Penetration Testing or Pen Testing evaluates the strength of your network security and exposes genuine threats to the integrity of your system
- Vulnerability Testing identifies possible risks that may lead to a breach of your company’s network
- Educational Seminars We can train your employees in ways to improve personal and organizational security
Cyber Forensic Investigations
When forensic computer analysis exposes attempts to tamper with, delete or destroy data, we can search beyond digital devices for the information you are looking for. Our team of forensic experts is trained to find data in sources such as Dropbox, iCloud, and other cloud storage services.Read More
In Canada, about 50 percent of security breaches are the result of criminal or malicious activity. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid becoming a victim of an attack. TCS Forensics is experienced in remediating attacks, and we can recommend cybersecurity improvements for individuals and businesses.Read More
Password Recovery is the retrieval of a lost or forgotten password whereas Password Cracking is the process of identifying an unknown password. Our Digital Forensic Examiners can also give you expert advice on data and password extraction from broken or damaged devices.Read More
TCS Forensics’ Penetration Testing evaluates the strength of your IT infrastructure by attempting to exploit weaknesses in your security system. Essentially we attempt to hack your system and thereby identify deficiencies.
Threat Prevention, Detection & Reporting
If you are reading this webpage, you are vulnerable to being hacked and the security of your confidential information is at risk. This is true for everyone online. In fact, if you are like most people, the security of your electronic devices has already been breached.Read More
Every day it seems there is another story in the news about breaches in security, and organizations are increasingly concerned with protecting their network security and information systems. The average cost to Canadian companies of a data breach was $6.11 million in 2018.Read More