April 2017  

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Using Computer Forensics to Protect Your Business
You know that computers contain a lot of information, much of it mission-critical to your business. You likely house sales data, customer data, inventory management, passwords, proprietary data, research projects, business expansion information, competitor's information, and other sensitive information on your business computers. You can't afford to be without your system, and you certainly can't afford for someone else to get their hands on it. And that is exactly what entices some employees to commit computer fraud.

Case Study: An agency was concerned when they learned that an employee might have accessed the agency's client list and provided, without consent, proprietary information about those clients to an unauthorized party. It was reported to us that the disgruntled employee had been involved in a disagreement with staff over the collection and use of client information. The agency hired us to analyze their network system and confirm whether or not the unauthorized access occurred, and if so who had done it and when. Through our analysis we found information that confirmed the activity and identified who had done it, when, and what specific information had been accessed, as well as additional evidence that the information was being funneled to outside unauthorized personnel who were using the information for their own nefarious purposes. Result: The employee was discharged along with threats of civil lawsuit being made against him/her and the third party if the information was ever disclosed.

When an employee abuses your system, you are a victim. You are robbed of... Read More 
Eavesdropping and Its Victims 
There's an old adage that, "eavesdroppers seldom hear anything good of themselves. " In spite of this saying the practice of eavesdropping dates back to 1487, according to Dave Wilson of Wordorigins.org, and it still a wildly popular practice of obtaining information today.

Many businesses, owners, and attorneys place locks on their doors and security systems on their business to protect their assets from theft, loss, and damage, but consider for a moment if you were being attacked from inside-and without your knowledge! So how do you know if your business is compromised, and what can you do to prevent it?  

Covert listening devices, more commonly referred to as a bug or wiretap, are a combination of miniature radio transmitters with a microphone. The use of bugs, called bugging, allows individuals to eavesdrop, or secretly listen to a conversation, without the other individuals knowledge or consent. While this practice is quite often considered unethical, it is a common surveillance technique used in espionage and police investigations.  

According to Pursuit Magazine, there are several warning signs that your office may have been bugged. Those signs include:  


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