EMPLOYEE MISUSE & MISCONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS


CryptoForensics' Misuse Investigations focus on review of system users who have been suspected or accused of violating a client's policies and acceptable use procedures. CryptoForensics will build a profile of the user in question and help the client to determine actions taken by the user under investigation. This investigation can be tailored to meet virtually any circumstances and can help facilitate the litigation process by either clearing or confirming a particular action.

 

Following this investigation, a detailed report on forensic analysis is prepared aimed at providing the client with a clear understanding of what events occurred leading up to, during, and after a particular case. CryptoForensics will provide an objective point of view of the evidence to help the client determine appropriate legal actions.

  

Depending on source evidence depth, the types of information reported may include:

  • Files of interest
  • Email communications
  • Indicator of compromise
  • File access times
  • Internet history
  • Timelines of incident
  • Auxiliary devices (USB)
  • .LNK files

 

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