IT Forensics


Investigating information is a passionate work for VitaliT Solutions specialists where the goal is to examine digital media in a forensically way to identify, analyze, and reporting facts and sustainable opinions of the research done about the digital information.

This Information technology branch uses similar techniques and principles to data recovery, but with more specifics guidelines to fulfill legal audit trials.

Following the standard digital forensic process, acquisition, examination, analysis, reporting, reliable and admissible information about:

Deleted Files

is computer terminology for remove or erase. You can delete text from a document or delete entire files or folders from your hard drive.

Cross-drive analysis

is a technique designed to allow an investigator to “simultaneously consider information from across a corpus of many data sources”. This approach provides a great deal of data that can assist with an investigation but also compounds the problem of having too much data to examine.


Volatile data

is data from a computer or mobile device can be obtained from two different types of sources. The other is volatile data, defined as data that can be found in RAM (random access memory) primarily used for storage in personal computers and accessed regularly.

Data & Information theft

is the act of stealing digital information stored on computers, servers, or electronic devices of an unknown victim with the intent to compromise privacy or obtain confidential information.

Live analysis

is a classic data-flow analysis to calculate the variables that are live at each point in the program. A variable is a live at some point if it holds a value that may be needed in the future, or equivalently if its value may be read before the next time the variable is written to.

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