Computer Forensics

Examples Of Commonly recoverable Data:

  • Email & attachments
  • Pictures/video/audio
  • Pornography
  • Spyware/monitoring software/key loggers
  • Cell phone backups
  • Documents (MS Office, PDF, text, Apple/Mac, etc.)
  • Contacts & Call Log
  • Chat messages (Skype, AIM, etc.)
  • Internet browsing history
  • Geo-location data

A tremendous amount of data and information is retained on a computer – more than most people realize. It is also more difficult to completely remove such data or information than generally believed.  Our computer forensic experts can often discover evidence of, or completely recover lost or deleted data and information, even if it has been intentionally deleted. This data can contain emails, chat messages, iPhone or other cell phone

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Imaging a laptop hard drive while in the field. This was a domestic case where the Client wanted to find out what her spouse was up to.

backup files, browsing history, downloads, pictures, videos, social media communication, passwords, hidden files, Metadata (EXIF, XMP, IPTC), and MUCH more. For example:  If we discover an incriminating photo, we could possibly tell you when it was taken, where it was taken (GPS/longitude & latitude coordinates), and even what type of device took the picture (i.e. iPhone, Sony Cyber Shot, Cannon, etc.).

The evidence that can be obtained from a properly performed computer forensic exam, could bring your case to a swift and a successful outcome for you. Whats more, properly obtained computer evidence is often so condemning that the matter may never see the inside of a courtroom. And if by chance your case does go to court, you can rest assured that we will be able to provide professional testimony and explain in clear terms to the judge and possible jury, what evidence we have and how we obtained it.

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Imaging over 100 hard drives for a multi-national corporation. Collecting and preserving vital data for a Federal case.

It is important to understand that performing these type of exams requires cutting edge technology, expert knowledge and experience. You cannot trust your device and the data it may contain with just anyone. If you do, then you’re risking destroying what evidence might exist and possibly jeopardizing your entire case. Seek the advise of our professionals… We take forensics very seriously and maintain an excellent track record for success.