Digital forensics is playing an increasingly significant role in civil and criminal litigation, and the integrity and admissibility of digital evidence depends on sound preservation practices. D4's forensic experts know the importance of preserving the integrity of ESI and maintaining a proper chain-of-custody, and we've developed these guidelines to help you in your preservation of digital evidence.
About D4's Digital Forensics and Investigations Services:
The D4 Digital Forensics team is comprised of certified consultants and technicians that specialize in digital forensic investigations, 26(f) Meet and Confer Consulting, Complex Discovery Consulting, Expert Testimony, etc.
D4's Digital Forensics technicians are well-versed in the preservation, collection and analysis of ESI on Macs, and other Apple products, smartphones, tablets and many other desktop and mobile devices. Some examples of the investigations that our Digital Forensics team has assisted with include: internal employee matters, theft, harassment, embezzlement, violations of company policies, and trademark infringement.
Digital Forensic Certifications include: Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®), EnCase Certified Examiner, AccessData Certified Examiner, Certified Computer Examiner (computer forensic certificates), Private Investigators License (required to conduct computer forensics collections and investigations in the state of Michigan)
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