All digital forensics starts with collecting evidence to examine.
The most critical aspect of collections is ensuring that the data is admissible in a court of law. Who you choose to collect the data for your case will be the foundation that your entire case will reside upon.
Forensic collections are not simply copy and paste. When we acquire data, we collect data from a low level, meaning from the hard drive itself. This allows us to capture as much data as possible in addition to collecting deleted data.
Top 4 reasons electronic data becomes inadmissible in a court of law:
It’s critical that you have a partner that understands where to find the relevant data.
Data can exist in many different places: phones, servers, cloud, laptops, desktops, and the list goes on.
Types of Collections:
We offer a variety of collection methods that are convenient for you and your clients.
Our team of digital forensics experts comes to your location to collect the data. This is the most traditional way to collect data and is still fairly common, however is often being replaced by newer methods such as remote collections. For criminal matters, evidence is best collected from law enforcement locations and not transferred.
Most modern day systems allow for the collection of data over the internet. This method of collection is non-intrusive, however can take longer time to complete. Only certain collections can be accomplished successfully remotely, such as email, Apple iOS devices, small data collection.
Most clients choose to ship or deliver their equipment to one of our forensic labs for collection. This method is the most cost effective and least intrusive on schedules.
Clients that have an IT representative or technical staff prefer to have a remote assisted collection. We provide our specialized collections tools and expert guidance to collect data on-site and have the evidence shipped to our laboratory for examination.
Timing is crucial.
We deliver quick response times
everywhere in the United States.
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