What is Digital Forensics?
Digital Forensics is the process of uncovering and interpreting digital evidence. Our goal is to identify, collect and preserve digital evidence to be analyzed to help recreate actions of an end user.
ELIJAH has been recognized as one of the best digital forensics providers in the United States. Our team successfully has been providing expert digital forensic services to clients for over 16 years. Members of ELIJAH’s team have served as experts in hundreds of cases on behalf of many of the largest law firms and corporations, and routinely testify regarding our findings.
We use the industry best practices to collect, preserve, and examine digital evidence. Preservation of evidence begins with knowing where to look. Our experts can quickly and efficiently find key issues and areas of concern for examination. ELIJAH has a detailed understanding of enterprise computing systems, cloud-based storage, mobile platforms, operating systems and social media.
Our team can perform defensible collections from all potential data storage locations during an investigation. ELIJAH’s experts handle evidence in criminal and civil cases with a track record of testifying persuasively in support of these approaches.
We recommend defensible preservation strategies that minimize both legal risks and costs. For incidents involving compromised security, our rapid response team can mobilize within 24 hours, on site to any location. Our team can also perform remote forensics collection of devices often eliminating the need for costly on-site personnel. We provide the following services:
- Automobile Forensics
- Backup Tape Analysis
- Cell Phone and Mobile Device Forensics
- Data Collection & Analysis
- Data Recovery
- Detailed Reports
- eMail and Social Media Forensics
- Expert Testimony
- Forensic Neutral Services
- Network Forensics
- Rapid Response Teams
- Remote Collections
Contact ELIJAH today to find out how our digital forensics services can help you collect, preserve, and examine your digital evidence.
For many years, examiners used digital forensics term interchangeably with computer forensics because a computer was the main device used for storing data. Investigations are much broader now and include a variety of devices that are capable of storing user data.