Database Forensics

Software from web sites, financial systems, and complex transaction processing systems all have databases behind them. Atlantic Data Forensics has been called upon to perform forensic analysis on databases such as Microsoft SQL, Oracle, and MySQL as part of investigations including hacking and intrusions, fraud, insurance matters, and medical malpractice.

Atlantic Data Forensics also has experience working with smaller proprietary databases used in software like personal financial management, contact management, product sales and point-of-sale (POS) systems, and custom XML databases for applications.  No matter what kind of database you need to work with, the experts at Atlantic Data Forensics will help you recover, reconstruct, and review the data for the information or evidence of interest.

WE'VE ANSWERED FORENSIC QUESTIONS SUCH AS:

  • When was the last time the data in this database record was modified?
  • What user accessed this database and what did they view or change?
  • Does this record appear to contain legitimate information, or is it a fake?
  • Was information deleted from this database?

TYPICALLY, WE CAN PERFORM DATABASE FORENSICS ON:

  • Oracle databases
  • IBM mainframe databases
  • MySQL databases
  • XML, Access, and DBX databases
  • Windows, Unix, Linux, and OSX databases
  • Microsoft SQL databases

What’s more, we can perform database forensics for any industry, including financial, accounting, retail, manufacturing, engineering, architecture, travel, hospitality, healthcare, and governmental applications of all kinds, many of which have databases at the heart of their services.

No matter what kind of database you need to work with, the experts at Atlantic Data Forensics will help you recover, reconstruct, and review the data for the information or evidence of interest.

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