Digital Forensics Investigations

digital forensics

Computers, tablets, cell phones and even our vehicles store a wealth of information about our lives and activities, whether we intend them to or not. The field of digital forensics provides the ability to discover, recover, analyze, interpret, and preserve this information.

Conducting digital forensic examinations requires skills, tools, and expertise not possessed by typical private investigators. To assist our clients with cases involving digital evidence we have highly-certified computer, cell phone, and vehicle forensics examiners. 


Some of the services we offer include, but are not limited to:

  • Recover deleted messages, pictures, documents
  • Analyze web activity
  • Scan an entire device for specific keywords
  • Produce detailed timeline of device usage
  • Gain access to locked device
  • Establish what devices connected to a vehicle
  • Reveal vehicle events
  • Protection against online surveillance
  • Search for “secret” email addresses
  • Crack passwords
  • Preserve digital evidence
  • Identify weaknesses in other forensic reports
  • Determine apps used on devices
  • Extract passwords stored on a device
  • Retrieve vehicle’s navigation history
  • Protection against online threats and hacking

Cyber Investigations

More now than ever, computers are either the target of malicious activity or the means by which such activity takes place. In both cases perpetrators often use sophisticated means to hide the “who, what, when, and where” of their actions. This makes cyber investigations especially challenging, technically demanding, and beyond the scope of many investigation firms.

When is comes to cyber investigations, we offer services that other investigations companies do not, as well as top experts in their field of expertise.

cyber investigations

Some of our most requested services include:

  • Hacking     
  • Unauthorized account access     
  • Data breaches     
  • Cyber-stalking     
  • Malware   
  • Spyware     
  • Online impersonation     
  • Phishing attacks     
  • Intellectual property theft     
  • Violations of Acceptable Use Policies