Understanding Chain of Custody/Data Integrity
Chain of Custody is the process in which evidence or potential evidence is accounted for and implemented to ensure the integrity of evidence or potential evidence.
You need to know how evidence is collected, where it is stored, how it is stored, who has access, and what procedures have been completed. We verify that appropriate Chain of Custody controls are followed and documented at all times, which secures the admissibility of your resulting evidence and that your evidence will remain robust under court examination and scrutiny. Our experienced professionals will help you with your Chain of Custody issues.
Our team of examiners provides Digital Forensic Examination Services to Credit Unions, Corporations, Government and Law Enforcement Agencies, Law Firms, Insurance Companies, and Private Investigation Professionals needing to recover digital information. Our Staff travels both locally and accross the US providing on and off-site services to our clients.
Sampling of Cases or Situtaions for which you or your Law Firm, Corporation, Agency may need Digital Forensic Services:
- Civil/Criminal Case
- Contract Dispute
- Domestic Violence
- Adult/Child Pornography
- Arson Investigations
- Identity Theft
- Phishing Scams
- Data Theft by Employee
- Computer Misuse
- Data Recovery
- Human Resource Issues
- Network Intrusions
- Trade Theft
- SEC Investigations
We are committed to maintaining evidence integrity. Any digital evidence you entrust to our services will be examined according to strict, federally determined guidelines ensuring original media is maintained throughout the examination process. Our services include on and off-site support, and a secured computer forensic lab facility. Our professionally trained and certified staff adhere to federally determined guidelines including the detailed documentation of the complete examination process and procedures implemented.You will be provided a detailed document of the examination illustrating the ensured integrity of the media examined.
For further information on our Computer and Network Forensic services, please contact one of our sales representatives by calling +1 (727) 210-5204 or by completing our Online Inquiry Form.