Current trends indicate that more than 95% of all information exists solely in electronic form and never gets printed. Electronic records may include corporate plans, design plans, intellectual property, medical records, financial records, photos, spending histories, browser histories, etc.
In recent years, civil litigation has begun to demand that attorneys work with electronically stored information (ESI). ESI is highly volatile, easy to change or destroy, and requires immediate attention for preservation.
At Precision Computer Investigations, our team of specialists work to assure that evidence is acquired in a forensically sound manner to ensure court admissibility. We will ensure that suspect computer data is carefully handled to avoid spoliation and to certify a defensible chain of custody. Furthermore, throughout the forensic investigative phase, our experienced examiners utilize established software and forensic hardware tools as well as industry best-practices.