Center for Computer Forensics
As a leader providing services to law firms and corporations since 1997, the Center for Computer Forensics is uniquely qualified to provide a solution that is scaled to the requirement of the case, large or small. The Center for Computer Forensics company offers a comprehensive list of data preservation, computer forensics, and e-discovery services to ensure your case is handled economically. With our relationship with the Data Recovery Group, we can also service your data recovery needs.
This is the first step in any litigation matter. It provides a snapshot in time of all types of data that will be culled to prove or disprove a claim, perhaps years in the future as a case develops and changes. From simply mapping the data on paper to determining where devices are physically located, to arriving on-site with specialized equipment, the Center for Computer Forensics can help you in all facets of data capture.
Computer forensics recovers data in a non-invasive way to make available ALL data including deleted files, fragments of files and temporary data from electronic media of all types. From data seizure and establishing/maintaining chains of custody, full examinations, to reporting and testifying, the Center for Computer Forensics examiners are highly trained in the defensible, court-proven methodologies used to handle data from the inception of a case to its conclusion.
Electronic discovery provides a way to convert captured data from many formats into a single and searchable format to be used in a third-party review tool, or in an online repository.
The Center for Computer Forensics can guide you around the pit-falls and problems that can arise. All three solutions are provided by the Center for Computer Forensics to handle issues such as:
Computer misuse in the workplace
Theft of trade secrets
In litigation, credentials are critical and the Center for Computer Forensics' entire staff has multiple certifications in data preservation, computer forensics and e-discovery. Our staff and forensic processes ensure that the evidence presented will not be subject to no-merit arguments in court.