In 1998, Digital Forensics Laboratory (DFL) was established under National ICT Security & Emergency Response Centre (NISER). The 4 years of intensive research in Computer Forensics resulted DFL to officially announce their digital forensics services in 2002. In year 2007, NISER underwent a transformation and was renamed to CyberSecurity Malaysia. On the same year, DFL grew bigger and became Digital Forensics Department (DFD). Since then, we have strengthen our technology and resources, and had started to offer a full-fledge digital forensics investigation and examination including in the area of audio and video forensics. For the ease of understanding the kind of services that we offer, the trademark "CyberCSI" was introduced to the stakeholders and to the public.

Our clients are from Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA's), Government-Linked Companies (GLC) and private agencies. Some of our distinguished clients are Royal Malaysia Police (RMP), Royal Malaysia Customs, Malaysian Communication & Multimedia Commission (MCMC), Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives & Consumerism (MDTCC), Central Bank of Malaysia, Petronas and many more. To date, we have contributed in solving numerous forensics cases; including the high profile involving Altantuya murder, the V.K Lingam tape, Danafuture quick rich scheme and Maldivians credit card fraud.

Our notable achievement is when our analysts are gazetted under the Criminal Procedure Code 399 on 23rd February 2009. This is the same gazette that was awarded to Malaysia Chemistry Department on 3rd August 2004. All reports and testimonials from our analysts are acceptable by the Malaysia Court of Law.