Cyber Crime and Fraud Investigation

The advent of technology has brought about a revolution to our lives. Our communications, work, recreation and even utilities have undergone a change and are being powered by technology. Thus daily transactions are now faster, easier and more convenient than ever before. However, just like brick and mortar institutions, the virtual environment has its own risks and challenges. The recent increase in cybercrimes has brought this threat to the attention of many organizations, which are now increasingly skeptical regarding the security aspects of this medium.

Cybercrime is a subcategory of computer crime in which, criminal offenses are committed using Internet or other computer networks as an instrument of crime. Computers and Networks are involved in following ways:

  • The computer or a network can be a tool to commit a crime
  • The computer or a network can be target of the crime
  • The computer or a network can be used for any incidental purpose related to crime (For ex, to keep records of illegal drug sales)

Cybercrime includes Hacking, Virus dissemination, Logic bombs, Daniel-of-Service Attack, Phishing, E-Mail bombing and spamming, Web Jacking, Cyber Stalking, Data Digging, Identity Theft, and Credit Card Fraud, Salami Slicing Attack, Software Piracy etc.


  • Increasing number of Internet Users
  • Compromising highly sensitive data
  • Detrimental to Reputation in the Market
  • Financial loss
  • Business discontinuity
  • Loss of Intellectual Property
  • Unawareness of cyber security


ANA Cyber Forensics is ISO 27001 certified and one of the first company in India to combine techno-legal facilities. Our highly trained forensic fraud investigator will help your organization in cybercrime and fraud investigation, so that you will identify the culprit be it an individual or a group of persons. As an ISO 27001 certified organization, we provides confidentiality of your data. Our highly trained and professional investigators are specialized in solving computer and network related crimes and have extensive experience of the same. Being a techno-legal organization, our legal team’s support will always serve you with superior legal acumen. On behalf of your organization, our legal team shall initiate legal proceedings against the culprit person after having helped you in find out the culprit. There are no borders to cyber-crime and sectors like Financial Services, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Government tops the list of cyber-crime. ANA Cyber Pvt Ltd provides services to every sector suffering from cyber-crime. The most common types of fraud and cyber-crime incidents we investigate are:

  • Fraudulent Transactions
  • Web Hijacking
  • Online Identity Theft
  • Denial of Service Attacks
  • Social Network Crime Investigation
  • Insider Attacks
  • Credit Card Frauds
  • Computer Forensics
  • Mobile Forensics
  • Harassments and Stalking
  • Software Piracy
  • Net Extortion
  • Phishing
  • Financial Frauds
  • Email spoofing
  • Cheating and Fraud
  • Compromised Customer data
  • Intellectual Property crimes
  • Identity theft
  • Theft of trade secrets
  • Online gambling
  • Forgery
  • Distribution of Pirated Software


ANA CYBER FORENSIC PVT. LTD. has a strong legal team that backs up forensic initiatives by providing consultancy on various information technology based statutes like, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000(AMENDED TILL 2008) etc. The Company offers legal advisory that covers every aspect of Information Technology including cyber-crime, intellectual property infringements and e-commerce. Drafting contracts, domain name dispute resolutions, cyber-squatting, compliance issues, online dispute resolution, legal research and opinion work are among the Company’s forte. Computer Forensics is a technological, systematic inspection of a computer system and its contents for evidential data or supportive evidence of incidents or other computer use that is being inspected. Computer forensics require specialized expertise that goes beyond normal data collection and preservation techniques available to end-users or system support personnel.

“Electronic Evidentiary Recovery”, also known as e-discovery, requires the proper tools and knowledge to meet the Court’s criteria, whereas Computer Forensics is simply the application of computer investigation & analysis techniques in the interests of determining potential legal evidence.

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