Here, you’ll find some of the most common Computer Forensics frequently asked questions we receive about our law firm and our services. To read more about a particular service area, see the additional FAQ menu to the right.
Computer Forensics FAQs
Yes, we apply deeper forensics when someone needs to recover deleted data, whether it was done intentionally or inadvertently.
We recommend collecting emails directly from the email server as opposed to collecting them from a phone or computer. Users tend to retain more emails on the email server than on a phone or computer. For example, on a phone, the user may set all emails to delete automatically after 30 days.
Computer forensics is the examination and analysis of computers and other digital media to collect, preserve, and produce evidence. It is widely used in both criminal and civil procedures.
A computer forensic investigator has special training and uses a wide variety of tools depending on the type of computer, phone, or account that they are examining. The forensic analysis varies and may involve basic information retrieval (including deleted data recovery) or a deeper analysis to reconstruct events.
We forensically collect smartphone, tablet, and computer evidence wherever FedEx and UPS deliver by sending you our remote collection unit, Black Box. Once the unit arrives at your doorstep, you just give us a call. At that time, we will give you the combination to unlock the black box. Next, you will plug in the power, and your phone or computer. Then, we do the rest.