Why do you need computer forensics?  

The requirement for cyber forensic services is growing exponentially as a result of the ever increasing use of computers in all aspects of life.  Certainly the vast majority of computer usage is positive and of decided benefit. Unfortunately as in almost every aspect of our life experience it is inevitable that a small and in this case rapidly growing proportion is negative, detrimental and often illegal.

It is imperative that a computer or storage device that is suspected to contain questionable material be examined in a manner that absolutely no alteration is caused to the stored data.  This is not dependant on the matter being suspected illegal in nature but applies in all cases. This stored data may later become vital evidence in subsequent legal proceedings or disciplinary actions.  As such it must be preserved and protected from alteration just as any other type of evidence.  This holds true in Civil as well as Criminal cases. 

Our experienced and expert investigators have the training, knowledge and experience to ensure that electronic data is collected, examined, analyzed, and secured to enable its admission as evidence in a court of law.  Our investigators can collect the data covertly if necessary.  We can provide you with our expert opinion based on our findings when required.

Our team of trained investigators can assist in all stages of building a case, including:

  • Making a determination if Electronic Media contains useful information
  • Collecting and analyzing digital data without altering it
  • Recovering data utilizing state of art forensic techniques that might otherwise be unrecoverable.
  • Working hand in hand with your staff, investigators, IT personnel or attorneys to determine the relevancy of our findings.
  • Review the work of other computer experts to verify and validate their findings.
  • Preparing court reports and presentations as needed.
  • Preparing and presenting expert testimony when required.
Typical Cases we can help you with  

  • Data Recovery
  • Password Recovery
  • Employment disputes
  • Child abuse Cases
  • Missing Person Cases
  • Email Misuse
  • Internet Misuse
  • Murder/Suicide Case
  • Fraud
  • Sexual harassment
  • Theft of intellectual property
  • Downloading/distribution of pornographic material
  • Discrimination
  • Blackmail
  • Unauthorized use of a company computer for personal gain
  • Unauthorized access to a computer system
  • Destruction or alteration of data


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