If a client suspects that his case may involve evidence located on a computer, the representing attorney should look for a computer forensics company that can assist in all stages of building the case. The company chosen should be able to:
- determine whether a suspect computer or mobile device is likely to yield useful data.
- provide onsite seizure of the evidence.
- recover and analyze data that is accessible only through specific forensic techniques.
- interpret the findings.
- prepare court reports.
- prepare and present expert testimony.
- assist in preparing and responding to interrogatories.
Many computer forensics specialists are capable of providing one or more of the services listed above; however, if a specialist is unable to perform all of the above functions, the continuity of the case may suffer. EER can provide all of the services listed above and has a proven record for providing the forensic evidence that can make or break court cases.
The science of computer forensics enables specialists to evaluate the potential usefulness of lost, damaged, or otherwise “hidden” computer data. At Electronic Evidence Retrieval, we combine state-of-the-art tools and software with specialized training and techniques to retrieve and interpret data from computer media with a high percentage of reliability. Our staff has over 20 years of combined experience using court-accepted techniques to help you provide chain of custody and data accuracy to get the evidence and data you need.
Feel free to contact us if you would like to know more about computer forensics or if you wish to discuss the role of computer forensics in a current matter.