Whether you are conducting and internal investigation of unallocated space on an employee hard drive or attempting to recover deleted database information in an intellectual property case, Quantum’s investigative skills can help you locate critical information.
We leverage a wide range of leading technologies along our proven, reliable investigative process. By applying this process and our computer forensic technologies to data problems, in-house counsel and investigating attorneys are able to gain context, establish theory and base decisions and arguments on reliable data.
We collect data remotely as well as in person. Our remote collection capabilities range from the collection and extraction of smartphone data to live forensic collection of user hard drives and network-attached devices.
If various experts are needed to collaborate around the evidence, our remote and online collaboration tools make the process seamless – from collection to analysis.
We maintain the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE®) certification from the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE).
Forensic analysis and proper examination of digital evidence requires technical, analytical, and investigative skills. This process can involve anything from to recovering and analyzing files from hard drives to finding hidden or deleted evidence. From structured data to unstructured data, Quantum can provide skilled investigators who know where to find evidence and how to manage it through proper chain-of-custody practices.
Conducting an internal investigation? We recommend the article “Seven Elements of Bulletproof Internal Investigations” by Jeff Johnson.
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We have several clients that will gladly attest to our testifying expertise.