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Mobile forensics is growing. Do not miss any evidence because mobile devices don’t seem important. They can store evidence to assist you in your case, just like computers.
Computer Forensics is a new and confusing topic to many companies, attorneys and individuals alike. Among our services, you will find many questions and answers regarding computer forensics and what exactly it entails. If you have any questions at all please reach out to us at any time. We are happy to assist you with any step of the process. We can be reached at any time here.
Computer forensics is a science all of its own. The purpose is to capture and examine evidence on computers and hard drives. The need and requirements for digital evidence is rapidly increasing with the rise in use of computers and technology. This is where DFDR Consulting steps in to help. Our goal is to make this process as simple and seamless as humanly possible for you.
Our certified staff has worked in computer forensics and IT for years and are we are able to guide you in the best direction. Our investigations are (normally) completed in three steps. The first step is capturing the evidence. This is the most critical step and many times we recommend you start here and then determine if any investigation is actually required. The data capture allows you to store all evidence and insure that it won’t be deleted or destroyed while you wait for court dates and litigation to determine if any investigation is required.
All of our staff is certified and knowledgeable in all of these topics so if you would like just contact us.
Don’t stress – you have DFDR on your side. We are here to help. We always try to communicate with our customers through each step of the process. We understand the need for constant communication so that we keep you in the loop at all times.
If you would like to learn more about computer forensics you can check out this detailed explanation.