SystemTrust has constituted the FirstForensics team which is comprised of internationally certified digital forensics examiners. Computer Forensics involves the preservation, identification, extraction and documentation of computer evidence stored as data or magnetically encoded information. It is usually conducted for the purpose of extracting digital evidence for business or legal purposes.

Our forensic tools and methodologies are world-class. Our team members belong to the US-based High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and are certified by relevant professional bodies. The FirstForensics team is adequately positioned to professionally render digital forensics

examinations to law enforcement organizations, telecom operators, regulatory agencies, financial institutions, auditors, law firms and other organizations.

Digital forensics examinations are conducted on computers, mobile phones, PDAs and other storage media. Digital forensics can be conducted on data-in-motion (in networks) and data-at-rest (in local storage media).


Our Computer Forensics Examiners will at all times:
  • Demonstrate commitment and diligence in performance of assigned duties.
  • Demonstrate integrity in completing professional assignments.
  • Maintain the utmost objectivity in all forensic examinations and accurately present findings.
  • Conduct examinations based on established, validated principles.
  • Abide by the highest moral and ethical standards and obey the laws governing forensics examinations in the country where we operate.
  • Testify truthfully in all matters before any board, court or proceeding.
  • Avoid any action that would appear to be a conflict of interest.
  • Comply with all legal orders of the courts.
  • Strive to maintain professionalism in assigned duties.
  • Thoroughly examine all evidence in a case unless the scope of the examination is limited by court order or other mandate.

Our Computer Forensics Examiners will never:
  • Withhold any evidence that would tend to distort the truth.
  • Reveal any confidential matters or knowledge learned in an examination without an
  • order from a court of competent jurisdiction or with the express permission of the client.
  • Express an opinion on the guilt or innocence of any party.
  • Engage in any unethical or illegal conduct related to forensic investigations.
  • Knowingly undertake an assignment beyond his/her skills.
  • Misrepresent training, credentials or association membership.
  • Show bias or prejudice in findings or examinations.
  • Exceed authorization in conducting examinations.