Computer Forensics


A person's computer may tell more about them than any other source. Today, 90% of all business and personal data is found on computers, yet less than 30% is ever printed. People save information in computers that they would never commit to paper, and the machines retain data despite efforts to eliminate it. A computer forensics expert can often retrieve and recover information which has been deliberately hidden, encrypted, deleted or erased.

A computer forensic investigation will preserve, identify, extract, document and interpret computer data and is performed in a legally sound manner, so that the evidence will not be compromised and will be admissible in court.

InnerTag follows a strict carefully developed set of procedures that address security, authenticity and chain-of-custody of the original media. The simple act of powering up a computer can result in many files being changed and may endanger admissibility.

Digital evidence is too important to ignore. Many legal matters, whether criminal or civil involve electronic evidence discovery. Not only are final documents found, but frequently past revision levels, together with dates will illustrate the progression of an event.

In addition to criminal and civil matters computer forensics can be used to:

  • Substantiate employee conduct to support personnel action
  • Monitor for compliance with company procedures and policies
  • Respond to and analyze all types of network intrusions
  • Provide auditing controls for compliance with Federal Regulations or ISO Security Standards

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