Digital Forensics vs eDiscovery

The Major Differences Between Digital Forensics and eDiscovery

Our world is becoming more technological every day, and businesses and individuals are relying on a variety of digital means to store their data. If you or your business is involved in a legal proceeding, for example, your digital records may be required to assist with litigation. Although individuals and businesses are required to digitally …

Cyber-Attack: Does it mean the end?

We’ve all the heard stories about the 200,000+ systems in 150 countries getting hacked last week. The attacks hit computers running factories, hospitals, banks, government agencies, and transport systems in countries including Russia, United States, Ukraine, Brazil, Spain, India and Japan, among others. Among those hit were Russia’s Interior Ministry, Spain’s Telefonica, FedEx Corp. in …

Effects of RULE 902(14) Amendment

A recent rule amendment was passed which reinforces best practices pertaining to digital forensics and eDiscovery investigations.  It is critical in forensics that only qualified personnel handle electronic devices, and collect and analyze digital evidence. Examiners must be proficient in this specialized field of forensics, and their work must be credible, accurate, and reproducible if …

Photo Forensics

Remember what it was like in the 90’s when you needed to take a picture?  My family almost always used disposable cameras with film or Polaroid cameras with self-developing film.  Jump ahead 20 years and film is only being used by professional photographers, while everyone else is using digital photos and storage. One major difference …