Forensic Technology involves acquisition, investigation and analysis of suspect(s) through electronic/digital evidence. Some people refer to this field as “Computer Forensics” which is a vast understatement as this field includes many electronic devices beyond computers.  Well over 90% of the world’s information is stored in electronic format and more than half of that information will never be printed.  It is imperative that digital evidence is addressed.  Engagements can range from gathering potential evidence for potential future investigation (“legal hold”) to performing a “quick peek”, a full investigation or review of opposing forensic evidence.  The limits to forensic engagements are seemingly only limited by the imagination.

Other areas of service include:

  • Forensic Imaging
    • On-site forensics or in-lab forensic (bit stream) images for desktops, laptops, servers, email and mapped drives and hard drive clones
  • Electronic Investigation
  • Electronic Evidence Analysis
  • Litigation Support
  • Monitor/Review Opposing Expert Processes
  • Expert Witness Testimony
  • Strategic Planning for Computer Forensics, e-Discovery and Data Preservation Processes
  • NIDA (Non-Invasive Data Acquisition)
  • Data Preservation
  • Forensic Data Recovery (for damaged drives)
    • Clean room hard drive repair
    • Hard drive, RAID servers, backup tapes, USB drives, micro-drives