Computer Forensics is a specialized branch of digital forensics that focuses on legal evidence located in computers and other digital storage media. Our dedicated forensic staff specializes in identification, extraction, interpretation and documentation of all electronic evidence. We work with cases in any capacity including criminal, civil and domestic matters.
Our digital forensics staff can assist in the recovery of deleted files such as documents, PDFs, movies and photos. In addition to the recovery of deleted content from digital storage media we can also:
- Extract data from databases, obtain emails from mail servers and reconstruct events from log files.
- Analyze unallocated space on hard drives to locate hidden files and construct event timelines.
- Acquire data from virtually any type of digital media including hard drives, backup tapes, CD-ROM, floppy disks, and portable USB drives.
- Analyze internet usage including dates and times, websites visited and the files that were downloaded.
Mobile device forensics has become a crucial part of investigations. Mobile device forensics allow for a device to have its memory copied, without altering any data, and for investigators to be able to extract any useful information, including deleted files, from the device. An extremely valuable ability of our tools being utilized by our personnel is the ability to recover deleted data including contacts and messaged.