Swaziland Network Forensics System (NFS) Project
Project name: Swaziland Network Forensics System Project
Client: Royal Swaziland Police (RSP)
Project Duration: (2011-2012)
Introduction / Background:
Swaziland and Taiwan have a long history of bilateral exchanges and cooperation. In 2010, Swaziland government officials had the opportunity to learn about Taiwan’s offerings and capabilities in monitoring internet traffic and network and data surveillance, and the solution’s proven effectiveness in tracking cyber-criminals and the popularity among many government agencies in the world. This solution coincides with the recent issues Swaziland is facing.
Issues that need to be solved:
- In Swaziland, the growing use of Internet has encouraged many unhealthy activities or illegal activities to be carried out.
- Crimes such as illegal and unauthorized business setup online, confidential company data leakage by staffs, terrorism using high tech Internet communication, illegal labor strikes and gathering based on online negative propaganda against the authority etc. have soon surfaced.
3. Royal Swaziland Police needs to build up capacity to monitor and control the Internet traffic in order to protect its citizens from danger and loss.
The project objectivesare to establishNetwork Forensics System operation and capability within Royal Swaziland Police. The system, as a tool for crime investigation and prevention, will provide LAN Internet monitoring, data retention & network content forensics analysis.
On-site assessment, site survey, system planning
System testing and configuration
Training of Police staff in system operation
To intercept Internet traffic; Internet protocols supported, covering 90% of currently available Email, Webmail, Instant Messaging, Skype, HTTP, File Transfer, Online Games, VoIP, Webcam, etc. Additional internet protocol support can also be developed by request.
To analyze crime relationships, patterns, and activities; functions such as Raw Data Reserving, Association and Relationship Search, Parameters Search, Detail Information of Targeted User / PC, Mail Server Email Retrieval Service, Comprehensive Top and Drilled Down Report, etc.
To prevent crime in a responsive matter; real-time environment to do data or information analysis. The user is able to analysis evidence of foul play seconds after it happened.
Fig. 1 NFS supports a wide variety of Internet Protocols
Fig. 2: NFS mirror mode implementation
Fig. 3: NFS lawful interception
If you need more information, you can contact us at
Institute for Information Industry International Division
Address: 9F, No.106, Sec. 2, Heping E. Rd., Taipei, 106, Taiwan, ROC