Data and Password recovery

Jetsandco utilizes advanced technologies, practices and recovery processes to break through encryption and password protection schemes from simple security to complex implementations. Our approach is tuned around obtaining access to damaged and previously inaccessible assets including workstations, servers, network hardware, mobile devices and tablets.

Recovery

Our forensic and security consulting team provides expert level advice, opinion and analysis services regarding data and password recovery including:
  • Extraction of evidence from the particular device.
  • Extraction of evidence from broken/damaged devices.
  • Obtaining device-oriented evidence in manner that is admissible in court.
  • Production of summary reports on the contents of extracted data.
  • Identification of facts.
  • Assurance of reliability of evidence.
  • Preparation of expert reports.
  • Opinion on and validation of Third Party expert reports and evidence.

Any solution starts with a conversation. Our team is ready to discuss your projects, immediate security concerns and confidential actions. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Vulnerability Assessment

A Vulnerability Assessment is a recommended first step in helping you understand your organization's cybersecurity position by identifying any existing vulnerabilities. Vulnerability Assessments are scheduled and proactive reviews of your organization's systems and structures to determine potential threats to your organization.

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Cyber-Breach Response

As the number of cybercrime attacks grows, it's critical for businesses to view cybersecurity as a business risk and not just issues that can be solved easily. Our team is precise, confidential and ready to provide data breach response services, no matter the situation your organization might face.

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Cyber Security Awareness Training for Employees

Ten years ago a bulk of cyber security attacks focused on defeating cyberinfrastructure like firewalls, routers and anti-virus software. Over the last decade, the target of attacks shifted. People turned out to be more vulnerable than hardware or software.

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