The global digital forensics market is set to grow at pace over the coming years as demand for experts able to decipher computer activity goes through the roof.
According to a report by Transparency Market Research, the global digital forensics market is expected to reach $4.97 billion by 2021. This is up from $2.03 billion in 2014, which represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.5 per cent between 2015 and 2021.
Computer forensics is a vital part of a huge number of court cases today. The information stored within these machines can reveal the extent of a crime and how it was executed – that is why Frenkels Forensics has computer forensic experts as part of its forensic accounting team.
These experts are typically able to gain access to computers and the files contained within them. By then conducting analysis they can prove precisely how an act of cyber crime – or crime involving some form of digital activity – took place and who was responsible.
Almost everything we do today involves some kind of digital interaction – whether it is communication, banking or research, we rely on computers in all aspects of life. This means that each of us leaves a digital footprint, and in court cases, being able to track these footprints can help unlock important information about a case.
Frenkels Forensics has computer forensic specialists on hand that are able to carry out a full analysis of computer data and ensure that the evidence produced is suitable for use in court.
For expert help with a computer forensics investigation contact Frenkels Forensics for an independent appraisal.
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By Vitek Frenkel – find me via Google+.