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Computer Forensics & Debugging

In today’s society, increasing amounts of confidential data and information is kept on digital records, stored on servers and hard drives around the world. Without a strong protection service in place, the security of this data can easily be breached. Even if you have experience in creating secure networks and drives, advances in technology and new techniques are constantly being created to get around the barriers put in place.

Here at Sec Tech UK, we can offer a highly sophisticated computer and digital forensics service. This is can be used to ensure that your devices such as tablets, smartphones and laptops are fully secure from cyber-attacks or hostile programs. Our specialists use state of the art equipment and software to detect spyware, malware and any other malicious or unauthorised activity on your systems.

We have extensive experience of both preserving and collecting data from a wide variety of media types. This has been carried out both in the UK and internationally. Our service is completely professional and discreet. We can work covertly and outside standard office hours if required.

Our trained teams are also able to carry out full electronic sweeps of property or premises to check for eavesdropping devices etc. This helps to 'sanitise' a building and make it a secure environment for electronic communications.



"Sec-Tech UK's aim is to deliver the highest standard of close protection, surveillance, investigation, security reviews, specialist security consultancy & advice and to become recognised and acknowledged as the UK's top provider of specialist, bespoke security solutions, discreetly, professionally and ethicallyā€¯

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