Weather Emergency Data Recovery

If you’ve been following the news, you’ve probably heard that Texas went through several catastrophic emergencies back to back last week. We had record-breaking freezing temperatures that were sustained for almost a week, which doesn’t happen too often in Texas. This led to power grid failures, undriveable roads, destroyed water systems that left homes flooded …

clicking hard drive malfunction

Hard Drive Clicking? Common Causes and How to Recover Data

You’re in the middle of a big project, working to hit a deadline, and you hear a “click, click, click” coming from your hard drive. Also known as the “click of death”. Hearing strange sounds coming from your computer is never a fun experience. From what you’ve heard or researched online, you think your data …

Digital Forensics for Attorneys

Top Forensics Posts for Attorneys

We’ve assembled the 5 Digital Forensics posts most popular with attorneys and the legal community. Check them out… Digital Forensics Terms for Attorneys Why You Need a 2nd Opinion on Digital Evidence in Criminal Cases Mass File Deletion Isn’t Always Malfeasance The Major Differences Between Digital Forensics and eDiscovery Digital Forensics for IP Theft If …

Digital Forensics and the Case Timeline

How To Align Your Forensics Support to Your Case Timeline

“We go to trial in 2 days and I need this digital forensic analysis done tomorrow!” We get requests like this frequently and we do our best meet our clients’ case timelines if we can. If your case needs the support of digital forensics, it’s important to understand how to align your forensic needs to …

Spoliation of Digital Evidence

Spoliation of Digital Evidence in Civil Cases

The most common issue in digital forensics for civil cases is spoliation.  Any evidence that one party negligently or intentionally destroyed or modified relevant information can have a huge impact on the outcome of a case. Here’s how a digital forensics lab can help attorneys in cases where spoliation of digital evidence is suspected. Secure …

Digital Forensics for Attorneys

Why You Need a 2nd Opinion on Digital Evidence in Criminal Cases

Why would defense counsel in a criminal case hire their own forensic examiners to review evidence that’s already been examined by an accredited lab? Here are the 3 most common scenarios we’ve seen in working with criminal defense attorneys. 1. Help me understand what this forensic evidence actually means? The output of a digital forensic …