Digital Device Forensics: We’ll Help You Get Answers
Digital devices are everywhere in our daily lives, which means that the secrets and information they hold can be very valuable to investigations. At Computer Forensics Resources, we not only retrieve important data from computers, laptops and smartphones for our clients, we help with a number of digital devices and storage mediums as well. We can assist you with all of these scenarios, and do so with dedicated adherence to the FRE / FRCP Rules to ensure your findings are legally admissible.
Thumb drives / Flash Media Forensics
Often the first step for important data that needs to be transported or safeguarded, thumb drives may be locked or otherwise obscured to prevent discovery. We’ll help you uncover what’s stored on these small, portable devices and, if appropriate, transfer it to a more accessible medium for legal admission.
SSD Card Forensics
These on-board memory storage cards are popular in mobile phones: they’re very small, but removable and can hold a great deal of information – text, contacts, pictures, and more. Because of their small and relatively delicate nature, our professionals are the best choice for extracting the data you need without damaging the card.
Digital Still and Video Camera Forensics
These “silent witnesses” can strengthen a legal case considerably, providing graphic evidence that demonstrates anything from a potential alibi to intent. Our team will help you obtain the pictures and videos on these devices for further review or admission.
CD / DVD-ROM Forensics
An older storage medium, these products may have been exposed to damage or wear over the years since they were manufactured. Allow our experts to examine the items in question and extract any and all files available for your review.
iPods and other music storage devices often have more to offer than songs. Many models are able to capture video, images, and even voice recordings on demand. If you need to check for or extract these files from a digital music device, our computer forensics team will be happy to assist you.
At Computer Forensics Resources, we know that you don’t simply need the files, data, or answers you’re looking for – you need them presented in a forensically sound manner as well. If you have a device that needs to be examined, call us first to get step by step guidance through the digital device analysis process.
To start the analysis process, call our offices at 866-210-5254 or send an email with the details of your need: model number of the device, password protection obstacles, and so on. We’ll get back to you quickly with your next steps: when you contact Computer Forensics Resources, you’ll know your device is in the right hands.
Beginning a forensics investigation involves
Identify all electronic devices that could potentially contain evidence.
- External Hard Drives
- Cell Phone/Smart Phones
- USB Memory devices
Feel confident that in most instances
- Deleted files are Recoverable
- Data recovery can happen even after a hard drive has been formatted or repartitioned
- In many cases encrypted files can be decrypted
- Websites that have been visited can be determined
- What files have been downloaded and viewed can be determined
- When files were last accessed and modified can be determined
- Faxes sent or received on a computer can be discovered
- Email messages and attachments even if previously deleted can be discovered
- Recovery of financial records and other documents
- Social Media Instant Messaging chats can be documented