A defensible case starts with reliable evidence. This is why preservation is one of the most important aspects of digital forensics. If a device is tampered with after a significant event, it is just like walking through a crime scene and leaving your fingerprints everywhere. Our preservation and collection techniques are completely write-protected and verifiable with complex hash algorithms. Each collection is also tracked with strict chain-of-custody protocols to ensure all evidence accountability. This allows for a level of safety while we work to retrieve data from your mobile device.
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Our team has experience gathering and preserving digital forensics evidence to support your case. With Flashback Data, you get expert services and an experienced expert witness!
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J-Tag & Chip-Off Forensics
Flashback data use several advanced techniques in our data recovery lab to assist our forensic investigators with their investigations when our standard forensic tools either do not support a device or cannot get past a passcode-locked device, including J-Tag and Chip-Off forensics.
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What Data Can be Retrieved from These Devices?
Desktop and laptop computers hold a large amount of information. Our data recovery services can retrieve data such as emails, search histories, and online documents. It is possible to retrieve deleted data as well. When data is found to support a legal case, it is used as potential evidence to work against an offender.
We can retrieve files from network shares. This can also apply to deleted files. On mobile devices, data recovery may result in retrieving text messages, phone logs, photos, GPS location and search histories from mobile search engines. This data can also be used as evidence in a court case. However, when these methods don’t work, it’s time to turn to JTAG and chip-off level forensics.