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INTEK.net Computer Forensics provides forensic
data recovery, imaging, and electronic discovery
services for hundreds of clients worldwide.
A computer forensic investigation involves the
collection, preservation, and examination of various
forms of digital media. This type of service involves an
in-depth understanding of computer file systems,
communication standards, along with thorough knowledge
of proper procedure in handling sensitive information in
order to hold up in a court of law if necessary.
Because we have the capability of using techniques
used in the field of data recovery, we can better serve
individuals, businesses, law firms and government
agencies in the recovery of digital data used for
evidence in civil and criminal litigations.
Our Primary Objective to Our Clients:
The primary objectives of our computer forensics
division is to help serve our clients in obtaining
electronic data from all forms of digital media
regarding a specific object or activity. Our strict
chain of custody policy ensures that every step is well
documented. Our computer forensics specialists have the
experience, knowledge and integrity needed to perform
this type of investigation and to keep all findings
secure and confidential at all times.
COMPUTER FORENSIC SERVICES
As computer forensics experts, INTEK.net Forensics has the advantage of dozens of
years of combined experience, excellent qualifications and the backing of our
top-tier data recovery lab. Our team is ready to go to work on your case
providing superior electronic discovery, analysis, expert testimony and guiding
you through every step of the computer forensic process from initial incident
response toward courtroom success.
CHAIN OF CUSTODY
A chain of custody is chronological documentation for evidence in a
particular case, and is especially important with electronic evidence due to the
possibility of fraudulent data alteration, deletion, or creation. A fully
detailed chain of custody report is necessary to prove the physical custody of a
piece of evidence and show all parties that had access to said evidence at any
Chain of custody reports are available for all computer forensic cases, and
their use is strongly encouraged. If you have questions about chain of custody
The process of electronic discovery, or eDiscovery, can be extremely
expensive and requires a trained computer forensic professional to carry out
safely without risking data or records stored on a computer (or the validity of
a trial). Our engineers have dozens of years of combined experience dealing with
electronic discovery on actual hard drives, not through simulations. To discuss
an electronic discovery case, contact a computer forensic engineer at
Below are some frequently asked questions about computer forensics. If you
can't find the answer you need here, please feel free to contact us by phone or
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Q: What is computer forensics?
A: There are many different "definitions" of computer forensics. Basically,
computer forensics is the collection, preservation, and examination of all forms
of digital media. Computer forensics is a specialized service that provides and
documents digital evidence for use in litigation. A computer forensic
investigation is highly disciplined and the results can be repeated and proven
to be accurate, which is crucial for any digital evidence to be admissible in
Q: How does computer forensics differ
from data recovery?
A: The goal of our data recovery procedures is solely to recover the files
and folders lost due to a computer failure, unintentional deletion, or other
unexpected circumstance, without monitoring the usage of the computer.
Generally, data recovery could be considered the first step in gathering
evidence in a computer forensics investigation. When digital media is imaged (an
exact replica of the original), all files and folders are recovered along with
deleted data. Also, the ability to view any hidden or unpartitioned space is
gained as well.
Computer Forensics is a service that is 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. Computer Forensics
investigators are able to find, assemble, analyze, and explain large amounts of
digital information that would not be particularly helpful for data recovery
services, but are invaluable in a court of law.
Q: What is eDiscovery?
A: eDiscovery, also known as electronic discovery or e-discovery, is the
process of searching for, locating, and documenting digital evidence from
digital media such as computer hard drives, servers, flash drives, etc.
e-Discovery differs from simply recovering hard documents because there is
information that may be of importance that one does not see looking at the
Q: What can you discover?
A: Deleted emails, deleted chat logs, deleted pictures, hacking evidence,
viewed web pages, login times, file MAC (modified, access, created/changed)
times, various passwords and hundreds of other forensically relevant items.
Because modern computers keep extensive records of nearly everything they’re
used for, the possibilities are effectively limitless, which is why a trained
computer forensic expert is necessary to narrow a search down to only what is
pertinent to the investigation at hand.
Q: What costs are implicit in hiring a computer
A: Every case is different. Call us at
1.314-596-8750 to speak with an expert and discuss your specific
situation. Email email@example.com
or submit an online request
Our process follows these well-documented
A computer forensics consultant will be assigned to your
case from your initial call. This person will then take
the necessary steps to begin the process of developing
an effective strategy for your case by approaching and
implementing our available technologies and methods to
suit your individual case.
Our computer forensic specialists are trained to
identify where key evidence is most likely to be located
on the computer hard drive (or other digital medium).
This is often possible even when the files have been
"deleted" or the medium has been "formatted". Files
cannot be recovered once they are strictly
"overwritten", but there are often fragments of the
files or other clues that may contain relevant
information to the case at hand, which, without computer
forensics would be lost forever.
After the initial phone consultation, you will
receive a detailed quote, outlining the cost of the
proposed services. This proposal will be tailored to
meet your needs and budget.
The data collection and documentation phase of our
computer forensic/e-Discovery services begin once you
send the digital media to our laboratory via FedEx
overnight services. INTEK.net Data Recovery
engineers can often determine whether computer evidence
was tampered with, altered, damaged or removed. In many
cases, dates of deletion or tampering can also be
recovered or accurately estimated.
Depending on the requirements of our client, we can
produce reports exhibiting our findings. Because every
case has different requirements, the written report
length and nature vary greatly.
Once the computer forensic investigation is complete,
our specialists can support your case by providing
expert witness testimony.
1.314.596.8750 for more details. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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What we can find...
electronic discovery and computer forensic services can
recover data that was treated maliciously (deleted
files, intentional virus infection, intentional
infliction of physical damage) as well as digital clues
that provide vital information about how certain files
or file types were treated and used. Data can be
discovered based on key relevant phrases or evidence of
a certain user’s habits can be found, depending on the
usage circumstances of a certain computer, cell phone,
flash drive, or other digital medium.
Simply put: we can find anything that is stored on
the digital media you send us. In most cases we can find
and uncover deleted data, password protected data,
hidden data, pictures, emails, and all other available
data that is stored on a digital media in a fraction of
the time it would take to manually look through. The
tools INTEK.net has at its disposal are the
latest in the computer forensic field, and are proven to
be effective in court.
All that you, the client, need to do is guide us in
the direction you want our investigation to go and we
will find supporting evidence to your case should it
exist on the media you provide.
The best way to determine whether computer forensic
data services are appropriate in your case is to speak
with one of our computer forensic engineers. Describe
the situation in as much detail as possible by calling
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