Forensic Data Acquisition

Electronically stored information (ESI) can exist in a variety of locations, be it physical devices such as desktops, laptops, phones, and enterprise storage systems, to logical systems such as email platforms, web-based applications, cloud-based systems and more. Each piece of evidence may or may not exist on a certain device or apply to a certain matter. Thus, it is vital to engage experts who are able to provide the pre-sales and on-site technical experience needed as well as effectively translate the decision-making process.

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Forensic Data Acquisition

Electronically stored information (ESI) can exist in a variety of locations, be it physical devices such as desktops, laptops, phones, and enterprise storage systems, to logical systems such as email platforms, web-based applications, cloud-based systems and more. Each piece of evidence may or may not exist on a certain device or apply to a certain matter. Thus, it is vital to engage experts who are able to provide the pre-sales and on-site technical experience needed as well as effectively translate the decision-making process.

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