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Computer Forensics is the science of identifying, recovering, extracting, preserving, and documenting ESI (Electronically Stored Information) so that it can be presented as evidence in a court of law.

So what? you may ask....

Say, your VP of Sales left for a competitor.  Not a big deal you thought.  After all, he left on a good term; moreover, he is a really good personal friend of yours.  Lo and behold, your company lost $40million in sales revenue in the 1st quarter after he left.  Wow, I didn't know he was that good of a sales person you thought to yourself.


Your in-house counsel urges you to look into your friend's work computer.  You refuse, you feel that it is a waste of money since you know him really well, after all you two had been working together for years; he even attended your annual Christmas party at your house.  However, the pain and headache of losing $40million in sales revenue hits you when your board of directors demand for your explanation of the problem.


Reluctantly, you agree to let the in-house counsel to send Cease & Desist letter and to depose your ex-VP friend.  He claims that he did not do anything wrong; he did not remove anything from the work computer, nor wipe the computer, nor take any company's data with him.  You think, that is great news... see it wasn't him you said, to which your in-house counsel responds with the famous phrase "Trust but verify."


You reluctantly agree to hire us to verify.  Reading the sworn deposition transcript, we discover plenty of computer evidence suggesting otherwise.  Your ex-VP friend, did take company's intellectual proprietary materials, which he then attempted to wipe in an attempt to cover his track. 

The story above wasn't from a novel, it was from an actual case we worked on.  There are many other instances where our forensic capabilities have helped our clients to discover the necessary evidences to right the wrong.

Please drop us a line to find out what we can do to help your situation.

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