Computer Forensics Services and Forensic Data Recovery Services
Computer criminals always leave tracks, its just a matter of time before they become visible. The process to uncover these tracks is not always easy. As the evolution in computer technology goes on, computers and other communication systems become very complicated and better connected through all kinds of complex network systems . At the same time, computer crime techniques become more sophisticated and better coordinated. If evidence collection is done correctly , it is much more useful in apprehending the criminal , and stands a much greater chance of being admissible in the event of a prosecution. In the eyes of one of our skilled computer forensics experts, deleted does not mean un-recoverable. Hidden or deleted items become retrievable and the big picture becomes clearer, if not clear.
Using the latest forensic tools and techniques, Data Rescue Labs investigation team is able to conduct an examina tion and provide a profile of usage. We separate the facts from fiction.
To book an appointment for our forensics services please contact us via the contact page.
We are also available for expert witness services.
What is an expert witness you ask? Wikipedia Link
An expert witness, professional witness or judicial expert is a witness, who by virtue of education, training, skill, or experience, is believed to have expertise and specialisedknowledge in a particular subject beyond that of the average person, sufficient that others may officially and legally rely upon the witness’s specialized (scientific, technical or other) opinion about an evidence or fact issue within the scope of his expertise, referred to as the expert opinion, as an assistance to the fact-finder. Expert witnesses may also deliverexpert evidence about facts from the domain of their expertise. At times, their testimony may be rebutted with a learned treatise, sometimes to the detriment of their reputations.
In Scots Law, Davie v Magistrates of Edinburgh (1953) provides authority that where a witness has particular knowledge or skills in an area being examined by the court, and has been called to court in order to elaborate on that area for the benefit of the court, that witness may give evidence of his opinion on that area.
We are certified by the The International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners®
We are also affiliated with HTCIA (Hight Tech Crime Investigation Association) Ontario Chapter