In the blink of an eye, a file is gone. You desperately search for where it could have gone but alas, it has vanished into thin air. Whether the the deletion was intentional or unintentional, computer forensics can retrieve that file and information about what happened to it.
Computer forensics is a service in which our experts examine devices and systems to recover data and trace its path. Our experts have experience with a variety of devices and systems including notebooks, computers, electronic data files and formats, servers, workstations, internet and networks.
The forensic examination can reveal:
- the recovered data,
- when the data was accessed,
- when data was deleted, destroyed, damaged or modified,
- and possibly, even pinpointing the source.
The integrity of the information is preserved through a qualified chain of custody. The resulting evidence is court admissible evidence and backed by the support of an expert witness with more than 20 years of experience. Clients will be provided detailed, customized report – allowing it to be presented in a manner specific to the case or requests of the circumstances.
Computer forensics can be beneficial in many settings including:
Corporate & Business
- Trademark infringement
- Detection of employee theft
- Embezzlement of corporate funds
- Corporate fraud
- Theft of customer base
- Discovery of an employee’s destruction of data
- Theft of company information
- Divorce cases
- Child custody cases
- Internet locator services
- Computer trespassing
- Electronic intrusion
- Child pornography
Contact one of HPI’s forensic experts to learn how computer forensics could provide you with the information that could make your case.
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