Computer forensics is the collection, preservation, and examination of all forms of digital media, and the investigation of computers for evidence including documents, deleted documents, Internet history and system use history. As the name implies, it is the process to find how a computer was used and to report the facts using forensically sound technique. It is a specialized service concerned with providing evidence (or proving a lack of evidence) regarding how a computer was used, what files were accessed and at what time, and who had accessed them.
Information obtained through a forensics investigation can be used as evidence in the courtroom, or for your own peace of mind. TechFusion accepts cases of all sizes and types, following a consultation. Our investigators can report on several valuable benchmarks, including access times, browser history, file deletion, location history, and more for a variety of digital devices. Ready to see how forensics can help you? Call today for a free phone consultation.
TechFusion offers a wide range of services to suit a variety of needs. From corporate investigations to personal curiosities, TechFusion is ready to help. Consult our service menu below for an overview of some of our key offerings.
Ready to begin your case? TechFusion offers complimentary phone consultations to determine which services are appropriate for your specific situation. Once it has been determined that a forensic service is necessary, an initial meeting will be scheduled to go over specific details, and to drop off devices for service. In order to expedite your case, our investigators recommend the following:
Bring all associated devices to the initial consultation meeting. This may mean routers, cell phones, computers, or any other device you feel is relevant.
Be specific with date ranges, keywords, names, and phone numbers wherever possible. Digital devices contain huge amounts of data, and narrowing the range of the investigation can greatly reduce processing time.
Come prepared with usernames and passwords for any accounts or devices that may have been compromised. Please be advised that we can only analyze devices for which you have explicit authorization to access.