What is Computer Forensics? Computer Forensics is the collection, preservation, analysis, and presentation of computer-related or forensic evidence.
Computer evidence can be useful in Criminal Cases, Civil Disputes, and Human Resources and Employment proceedings.
The use of computer investigations and forensic science is more common today when trying criminal cases, as the accessibility of computers and their extensive reach across the world allow criminals to transact funds or commands without leaving their homes.
Experts in identifying and translating the use of computer hardware and software for fraudulent or illegal transactions are in demand in today’s criminal world. At UnCover, our computer forensic specialists can employ a variety of applications to extract digital evidence that resides on a computer’s hard drive, or exploit deleted, encrypted, or damaged file information.
At Uncover, working with attorneys, corporations, and law enforcement officials using digital investigation is a specialty. We work closely with these teams to extract information from criminals’ computers in order to identify any illegal transactions or evidence.
Our team of specially trained agents will testify during trials about their discoveries during their investigations.