You believe that there is a problem – Do you need a Forensics Investigation?
The defining line on whether or not you need a Digital Forensics Investigation is whether or not you need the data to go to court. You want a viable service and data that is admissible in court. Computer Forensics Resources is with you from start to finish. We provide early assessment and help you determine what information needs collecting. We process, decrypt and extract data providing you a written report detailing all of the recovered electronic evidence from the devices queried. As the case moves forward we provide you expert witness testimony for in court, depositions and affidavits needed to conclude your process.
It is prudent to act quickly. Digital Evidence is volatile and can be easily destroyed. A simplistic way to define computer forensics is the analysis of information contained within and created with computer systems. The goal of a Digital Forensics Investigation is to find answers to four questions. What happened? When did it happen? How did it happen and who was involved? Then present that data in a way that a court will find it admissible, assisting you with your case.
We can recover electronic evidence during a computer forensic investigation from the following types of devices:
- Hard Drives
- Back-up Storage Media
- E-mail Servers
- Web Servers
- Internet Sites
- Personal Digital Devices (cell/smart phones)
- Digital Cameras
- Zip Drives
- Fax Machines
- Digital Answering Machines
Computer Forensics Resources has been involved in electronic discovery and forensic analysis cases that include sexual harassment, pornography, theft of trade secrets, white-collar crime, class action lawsuits, family disputes, as well as business and commercial litigation.
Computer Forensics Resources prides itself on quickly discovering the digital evidence needed to determine the truth or win the case. We save you time and cost and provide a higher quality conclusion.
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