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We are Experts in Digital Forensics;
Our Digital Forensic Lab is equipped with the latest technology enabling us to image, analyze, and recover electronic data and eDiscovery from hard drives, computers, laptops, pen drives, cell phones and PDA's.
We can assist in civil litigation, domestic disputes and criminal matters.
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- Computer Forensics
- Cell Phone Forensics
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- Government; matters involving public defense and private consulting, matters involving child exploitation and cyber crimes Computer Forensics is the collection, preservation, analysis, and presentation of computer-related evidence; using analytic techniques to identify, collect, examine and preserve information which is electronically stored. Computer evidence can be useful in criminal cases, civil disputes, and human resources/employment proceedings.Far more information is retained on a computer than most people realize. It's also more difficult to completely remove information than is generally thought. For these reasons (and many more), computer forensic can often find evidence of, or even completely recover, lost or deleted information, even if it was intentionally deleted.