Computer forensics is the science of acquiring, preserving, retrieving, and presenting latent digital evidence stored on electronic media such as hard disk drives and solid state drives.
Mobile forensics is a combination of computer forensics for installed non-volatile memory and extracting layers of user data, file system information, and internet-based application data.
Cloud forensics involves the analysis of data retrieved from Electronic Service Providers (i.e. cloud storage and social networking) through legal process or API export options.
Cell Site Analysis
Cell site analysis is the process of identifying cell sites through mobile forensics and call detail records to determine approximate and exact locations of a device on dates and times.
The first step in our process is to determine how our digital forensic expertise is of most use to you. Timing, electronic media available, objectives, and, of course, type of case, governs the rest of the forensic examination process and even what forensic methodology is best for your case.
As soon as any electronic data becomes probable evidence in a legal matter, data preservation is the first priority. Loehrs Forensics not only determines what data exists but preserves it in an admissible format that cannot be disputed. The method of acquisition and integrity of the data extracted can significantly influence a case and must be executed by a qualified professional. All electronic media are viable sources of digital evidence that can be acquired in our forensic lab or on-site for your convenience.
Using specialized forensic tools and industry standard methodologies, we analyze deeply mined digital evidence including deleted data to accurately portray what occurred, when it occurred, how it occurred and who may have been responsible.
D I G I T A L E V I D E N C E
A comprehensive forensics report can be one of the most important outcomes of the forensic analysis, because a well-written, understandable analysis can be the defining difference in your case. Our forensic reports include details about the legal issue(s), analyzed digital evidence, how and why it was analyzed, as well as our expert opinion on the analysis findings.
The court and jurors rely upon our lay testimony to better understand the technical facts about the electronic evidence as well as our opinions about the what, when, how and who happenings related to the case. Our seasoned experts have both criminal and civil testimony experience in the United States and internationally.
Data can appear “lost” for reasons including hardware malfunction and data corruption but easily recoverable with the right training and experience. Our digital forensic examiners dive deep into areas of digital media even seasoned IT professionals can’t mine to get your data back. We’re trained and experienced in forensics methodologies and legalities, so whether it’s a personal or a legal matter, your digital data holds up.
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