The team at eForensix assists clients in support of civil and criminal investigations, working for law firms and businesses, to determine what happened, when it happened, and how it happened. We are involved in all aspects of digital forensics investigations from the collection of evidence, establishing the chain of custody, through device evaluations, causation analysis, remediation, litigation support, reporting and expert testimony in court.
Our 30+ years of expertise includes most aspects of eDiscovery and collection, analysis and preservation of ESI (Electronically Stored Information) and related services including but not limited to:
To perform these services, our team consists of experts who have worked in this field since our founding. eForensix has experts in a number of related disciplines.
eForensix provides guidance and advice to our clients to identify and preserve critical ESI on the people, data, and timeframe of the electronic data being analyzed. Data sources we encounter and analyze include computers and disks, as well as cloud-based platforms, mobile devices, and structured database systems. Our digital forensics experts utilize defensible collection techniques, preserve chain-of-custody, and provide testimony to defend our findings. In the case of intrusions, the forensics team can further analyze data points at the source to determine user access and behavior in support of an investigation and future risk mitigation strategies.
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Forensic imaging is the process of preserving data on digital devices. When a computer is collected as evidence, a chain of custody form is completed to document the transfer of custody. The device is then transported to our lab in Fairfield, New Jersey where the hard drive is removed and connected to a write-blocker, which prevents data writes to the device. We then use forensic software to create an exact duplicate of the device, which has held up in Federal, Military, and State courts for more than 35 years.
eForensix works with the forensic image of the device to search, recover, and analyze its contents based on the client’s needs. We can identify USB devices that were connected to Windows-based computers, determine what files were accessed and when, identify documents that were sent to other email addresses, recover information that may have been deleted, and much more. eForensix’s founder, John Lucich has over 35 years’ experience finding and recovering evidence from digital devices for attorneys, law enforcement, and individuals who need to know the truth.
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Generally, there are three parts to a forensics investigation, all of which must be performed according to a strict set of procedures. Following these procedures ensures admissible extraction of any existing evidence.
We have partnered with legal teams across the U.S. on matters pertaining to:
Contact us today to learn more about our forensics imaging services and how we can assist you in your investigation. Together, let’s bring clarity to your digital evidence.