Computer Forensics is the use of proprietary software programs, investigative skill and analysis techniques to gather and preserve evidence from a computer or mobile phone, typically, in a manner appropriate for presentation in a court of law.
Computer Forensics is no longer something reserved for a “special investigation” or the “high profile cases.” It should be considered in every case that involves electronic data from the initial planning through final case disposition.
When you bring a case to Blackrock our Computer Forensic Investigators employ industry standards and methods as set forth by the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice (NIJ) for the purpose of processing your digital evidence. View NIJ’s publication: Forensic Examination of Digital Evidence: A Guide for Law Enforcement.
Why use Blackrock?
Digital evidence, by its very nature, is fragile and can be altered, damaged, or destroyed by improper handling or examination. For these reasons special precautions should be taken to preserve this type of evidence. Failure to do so may render it unusable or lead to an inaccurate conclusion (NIJ Report).
The way you choose to handle digital evidence can make or break your case. Improper handling of digital evidence can result in lost revenue, reversal of administrative decisions regarding employee misconduct, civil penalties, and so on. At Blackrock we combine digital forensic examination best practices with years of criminal and civil investigation experience to ensure the best outcome for you.
For a flat affordable rate, Blackrock’s forensic investigators can image your drive or device to determine whether it contains information relevant to your case. If electronic evidence is found, we will provide several next-step options tailored to your needs and administrative objectives.
The Blackrock Difference
The Blackrock Group is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, a work product that is second to none at a cost you can live with. These traits coupled with our years of investigative and administrative experience set us apart from our competition.
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