Computer Forensic Services
Securing electronic evidence is central to an
ever-increasing criminal, civil or administrative investigations. U.S. Data
Forensics, LLC, is in a unique position to help our clients computer
forensic and digital evidence needs.
By combining our
technical, investigative and
expertise, we can quickly acquire, preserve, analyze, extract, and uncover
digital data stored on computer systems that can make or break a case. Our
Computer Forensic services primarily consist of two phases:
Hold in-depth discussions with our clients focusing on the issue and
Provide expert consulting advice to best address our clients
needs, addressing computer technology and investigative or legal
Develop an investigative plan outlining the proposed course of action.
Conduct background interviews of relevant personnel to obtain a clearer
perspective of the organization, its workflow, its computer
networks and systems, and other pertinent details.
If necessary, preview the data stored on suspect computer systems,
utilizing the latest technologies and tools, ensuring that the evidentiary
integrity of the data is preserved.
Capture an exact image of the suspect hard disks or other storage
devices for later in-depth forensic analysis
Produce an audit report to identify the actions taken and show
compliance with acceptable computer forensic practices and technologies.
- Computer Forensic Examinations:
Our state-of-the-art computer laboratory allows us to use advanced
forensic tools and technologies to quickly locate meaningful findings and
Capture and process bit-by-bit images of suspect storage mediums.
Locate suspect or missing data by examining large volumes of digitally
stored data (e.g., gigabytes or terabytes).
Quickly provide answers to important questions.
Flexible data processing to match case and customer needs.
Case specific keyword searches and text recognition
Locate crucial evidence in deleted files, information hidden outside
normal storage areas, partially overwritten older data, data that resided
in the computers memory cache or other temporary artifacts.
Produce detailed reports of findings detailing the evidence uncovered
and the forensic examination methodology used to extract the digital data.