Computer Forensics Investigation
Computer forensics encompasses the examination of computers, computer servers, and external storage devices such as portable hard drives and thumb drives to help detect or prevent crime, as well as assist in settling disputes where evidence is stored digitally.
Computers are examined for all types of evidence including internet activity, emails, messaging, photos and videos, and much more. Essentially anything you can do on a computer can be recovered and analyzed.
While cell phones have surpassed computers as the primary form of evidence in criminal cases, in civil litigation, computers still reign supreme due to the type of cases and needs that still exist in the corporate world such as:
- Employee wrongdoing or misconduct
- IP theft
- Medical malpractice
- Banking fraud
- Financial tampering
- Hacking or other computer crimes
Computer Forensics Experts
Envista's computer forensics experts utilize the most technologically advanced software, tools and expertise to respond, collect, preserve, and analyze Electronically Stored Information (ESI) to uncover the root cause of digital incidents.
Our experts assist legal professionals and business owners on the most complex and sensitive investigative or litigative matters involving electronic evidence or data preservation.
More from our Digital Forensics and Cyber Security Experts
- Our latest white paper, The Future of Autonomous Vehicles: Risk with Privacy and Tracking, speaks to the risk of data security in a world where even our vehicles are constantly connected. This new technology will result in a shift in privacy and an entirely new area of forensic and litigation expertise. Download the White Paper.
- Read our FAQ, Common Questions Asked in Cell Phone Forensics Trucking Accidents for the top three questions and answers posed to our experts and real case scenarios where this information and expertise helped in litigation. Download the FAQ.
- Check out our blog, for articles such as Ransomware Attacks, Impacts to Businesses and Insurance Claims and Call Detail Records: The Super P