Cell phone and computer forensics.

Cell phone and computer forensics
Cell phone and  computer forensics

Using cell phone and computer forensics in your case is an important service provided by an investigator. Cell phones and other mobile devices are so commonplace today that it’s difficult to remember a time when we didn’t use them. It is estimated that there are 3.5 billion smartphone users. We use these “mini-computers” as cameras, calendars, messengers, and alarms. They help us keep track of our time, expenses, contacts, and whereabouts. Why wouldn’t you use one to help your case by having a cell phone and computer analyzed?

Mobile devices and computers are valuable sources of information and potential evidence, if you know how to find, retrieve, and store the information and if you can protect the integrity of the data so that it is admissible in court. Make no mistake; this is not a job for an amateur. Mobile data is extremely fragile, and an error at any point can make the data – poof! – disappear or render it inadmissible in court. And anyone who tries can hide their data to some degree and make it quite difficult to extract. At UCMJ Investigations we combine savvy, “old school” investigative techniques with cutting-edge forensic technology to extract and preserve cyber-information that can dramatically impact the outcome of your case.

What can our Certified Computer Forensic Examiner offer you and your clients?

Answers demand ertainty. Certainty about who sent what text messages to whom; who downloaded what data to where, who viewed it, and what happened next; where your clients and witnesses were at what time on what date; who called, messaged, chatted, and connected with who else and for how long; who downloaded pornography and where it came from; what forms of sabotage were attempted and by whom; and who attempted to manipulate, divert, delete or destroy what evidence. We offer you the kind of certainty that can make or break your case.

Our computer forensic services include:

  • Forensic Imaging and Analysis of digital media
  • Data Recovery from digital media (e.g., accidentally deleted photos, overwritten files, etc.)
  • Witness interviews and procurement of statements
  • Vulnerability studies and analysis
  • Inspection and analysis of investigations to identify and record investigative deficiencies
  • Concise and complete interpretive reports that clearly explain our findings

Regardless of the specifics of your case, odds are that one or more mobile devices hold evidence that can make a difference for you and your client. No one tool exists that can extract and preserve data from all types of computers and mobile devices.

Your clients count on you. You can count on us.

** If you have a case and are not sure if an investigator can help or contribute to your case, contact us for a free review. **

References: http://www.digitalbuzzblog.com/infographic-2013-mobile-growth-statistics

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