SCS has done extensive research and monitoring of the growing risks associated with electronic data transfer technology, the Internet, and the use of technology for financial fraud, cyber crimes and other criminal activities. SCS and its information security and computer forensic investigators have responded to this developing area of concern with professionals trained in data retrieval analysis and technologies. A simple keystroke program (monitoring computer input information) installed on a company computer could prove devastating to sensitive emails and confidential proprietary information.
Computer and cell phone forensics deals with the restoration, preservation, identification, extraction and documentation of computer, cell phone and tablet/pad evidence. Evidence might be sought in a wide range of computer crime or misuse, including but not limited to theft of trade secrets, theft or destruction of intellectual property, fraud and violation of fiduciary duty. Many types of criminal and civil proceedings can and do make use of evidence revealed by computer forensics.