Electronic device forensics is a service that is valuable for a wide variety of fields and industries, allowing our clients to find valuable information in places that frequently are ignored
Computer Forensic Investigations which includes the data collection, preservation, and examination of many types of digital media.
A computer forensic investigation involves the collection, preservation, and examination of various forms of digital media. We specialize in collecting and examining digital evidence from Desktop, Laptop and Server computers, Mobile Devices, USB Devices, and Cloud Data, as well as data mapping.
We collect and analyze data from over 20,000 devices to include Jtag/Chip Offs and ISP extractions from damaged and difficult to image devices.
Mobile Forensics involves the recovery of evidence from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. We use leading technology from Cellebrite & Oxygen Forensic tools used by law enforcement, military, and intelligence agencies to forensically image and recover data from smartphones, cellphones, and tablets.
Our analysis and reports include Call Logs, SMS, MMS, Email, Social Media, Calendars, Photos, Video, and Internet History
Cell tower analysis and mapping is the process of using call detail records (CDRs) provided by cell phone companies to determine a phone’s geographic location at certain times and at certain events (such as when a mobile device sends or receives a phone call, text message, or application data, or when it pings a cell tower to locate itself on a cellular network).
When these events are accurately mapped and analyzed, you can see a snapshot in time of where a phone was located, where it traveled, how the user of the phone was interacting with it, and other significant unknowns and patterns of behavior.
DISCO Ediscovery is an end-to-end ediscovery solution that provides next-generation SaaS review technology to give law firms, corporations, and government agencies total control over their data, workflows, and costs.
Our experts at CFSI collect, preserve and produce social media evidence from social media platforms that will be admissible in court.
Social media includes more than just social networking sites. It also includes blogs, message-boards, chat rooms, online forums, and other similar sites. Some forums have more privacy safeguards than others, depending on who they expect might or might not see the information.
DVR recovery of video and metadata from DVR surveillance systems in a forensically sound manner.
We can help save your team time and money when recovering video evidence by recovering data directly from the DVR, bypassing passwords to recover video, including deleted video, from a suspect DVR.