What is Network Forensics?
Network forensics, or IT forensics, is a form of computer forensics that involves extracting forensic evidence from computer networks, particularly for use as criminal evidence. Extraction can be from network log files or logged information on routers, nodes, and other network devices; or the extraction can be proactive, actively capturing network packets for use as evidence.
Captured network packets can effectively be used to recreate transferred files, analyze security threats, and identify network intruders. Even when evidence on a computer or network drive has been destroyed, network forensics can identify a culprit by using data stored on network devices to identify unauthorized access to the computer or network device.

McCann Investigations’ Network Forensic Services
McCann Investigators provide Network Forensics services for internal use within a company and for courtroom evidence and expert testimony for criminal cases. In combination with our penetration testing services, McCann Investigations’ Network Forensics services provide forensically sound evidence and comprehensive, high level, reports that will greatly support your side of a court case.

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