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Texas Computer Forensics

The first step in every legal case is to identify and preserve ALL potential evidence!

Involved in intellectual property theft litigation, a divorce settlement or wrongful termination suit? You should identify all computers and electronic devices that may contain potential evidence related to your case. After identifying these devices, it is highly recommended that a forensic image be created for each of these devices or computers so that the evidence is preserved for use in proving your case.

Even though you may find it's not necessary to have an examination and analysis performed, you can feel confident knowing that evidence crucial to your case has been properly collected and preserved by Texas computer forensics services.

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Computer forensic investigations for Texas attorneys, law firms, corporate counsel, and individuals, including but not limited to...
  • Business fraud
  • Employee theft
  • Intellectual property disputes
  • Corporate employee embezzlement
  • Industrial accident, incident & negligence investigations
  • Sale and acquisition of businesses
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Corporate e-mail investigations and correspondence
  • Wrongful termination disputes
  • Acts by disgruntled employee(s)
  • Employee activity (search for excessive personal browsing during work hours)
  • Divorce cases (email, internet chat sites, facebook correspondence and websites visited)
  • Stalking, hacking, keyloggers, illegal activity
  • Insurance fraud cases

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Texas computer forensics: With more than ten years of experience, our investigators are experts at gathering and analyzing electronically stored evidence from most computer hardware, peripherals, operating systems and applications, A computer forensic investigation uncovers digital evidence from all types of documents, internet history, computer log files and email correspondence.

In virtually every legal case, critical and relevant evidence is stored electronically on computers, external hard drives, thumb drives, CDs, DVDs and cell phones. Proper collection and examination of this evidence is critical to avoid spoliation, preserve evidence, and mitigate risk.

A computer forensic investigation involves the acquisition, preservation and analysis of electronic evidence from computers, storage media and electronic devices so that it can be used in court to prove your case. Digital evidence for use in litigation can be found by uncovering data trails from emails, document modification and looking for data and files that have been copied or transferred to external devices: thumb drives and external hard drives. Locating these data trails and identifying time / date stamps must be done in a forensically sound manner so that evidentiary status is maintained in the process.

If proper processes and procedures are not followed, you run the risk of jeopardizing your case because the court may disallow your evidence. For more details and information about our services, please see the following: Electronic evidence acquisition, evidence analysis.

Texas Computer forensics: Forensic investigations,
evidence analysis, imaging and e-discovery