Data Recovery

Loss of important information and its inaccessibility via digital media can either occur because of an accident (the result of damage, flaw, or improper usage), or a deliberate move by criminals to destroy certain data which can be used as digital evidence of a crime. The purpose of this service is to restore deleted or corrupted data stored on various media (hard drives, flash drives, and others).

Clients may be unable to access their digital media either because of damage caused to it by means of a genuine accident or criminal activity which deliberately set out to destroy or immobilize specific data. DSS’s data recovery service restores corrupted or deleted data stored on a variety of media.


DSS and its staff operate in accordance to the agreed contract terms and guarantee never to disclose confidential information to any third-party. Before data recovery is begun, the specialist conducts a complimentary device diagnostics service. The results of this test provide an indication as to how much data may be successfully recovered as well as the likely costs that will be incurred.


The client receives the recovered files on suitable media. Access to the latest equipment means that DSS is well equipped to recover data, carry out an investigation, identify the causes of media failure and compile a report summarizing the work undertaken.


  • Expert consultants are on hand in order to recovery data
  • Any type of deleted files can be restored (documents, photos, videos, etc.)
  • This includes data corrupted as a result of a virus infection and logical damage of the file system
  • Data stored on non-functioning devices can also be recovered, as can files damaged due to a software error

Find out more about what we do

The company is currently developing a system to combat international cyber crime, which will equip the law enforcement authorities in any jurisdiction to effectively tackle the problem of computer-based malfeasance. Crucially, the technology assists at the most problematic stages of the criminal investigation, including the assemblage of evidence, DDoS protection and web auditing.