Legal Imaging has built the most capable digital forensics lab in the Southeast. We understand that the preservation, integrity of data, and a defensible chain of custody all play a key role in the forensic collection process and the investigation of electronically stored data. Our forensic experts employ a proven and defensible approach that’s capable of creating a comprehensive and forensically accurate image of any known digital device. We ensure the appropriate preservation of data to avoid spoliation, and our rigid procedures preserve forensically sound copies of all storage and media.
Ultimately, our goal is for you to fully understand the scope and scale of the data landscape you need to leverage every possible advantage. We’ve dealt with extremely sensitive and complex cases and are experienced in all areas of forensics which leads to the readiness required for successful litigation.
Included Areas of
On-site collection from desktops, laptops, servers, shares, cloud accounts, and other devices.
Remote collection of data using endpoint index agents
Analysis of devices for hidden, deleted, or slack space evidence
Mobile, tablet, and smart device collection including data from apps and other third-party integrations
Operating systems for Mac & PC
Forensic analysis of devices to uncover potentially stolen data
Forensic analysis of devices to identify Intellectual Property Theft
Departing employee investigations
Financial loss investigations
Uncovering hidden assets
Forensically-sound processes and procedures for litigation readiness
ECA is the examination of evidence thought to be relevant in a matter, and Legal Imaging can ensure the appropriate scope and preservation/collection of data will be collected. We target the most relevant evidence and collect with a streamlined approach to delivering a greater value and cost-saving method of ECA.
Account for the accuracy of document collection
Target the known/unknown data
Assess and cull data to its smallest defensible review set
Keyword, custodian, and concept testing
Domain reporting, communication, and social network exploration