Even if no forensic analysis is necessary at the time of submission, we can forensically acquire digital devices to preserve the data for later use.
Where most digital forensics labs stop, we take it to the next level. Flashback Data can get data from devices that most labs just set aside. We 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. To do this we have developed techniques to work with the Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) pins on a particular device.
If there is no way to access the memory through JTAG, then a Flashback Data digital forensic investigator employs chip-off recovery techniques. Chip-off recovery is a more invasive, but very successful method of recovering digital evidence through the device’s flash memory. These methods often prove particularly helpful to law enforcement in criminal justice cases.
While accreditation of crime laboratories is required in Texas, certification of individual Forensic Scientists is not currently required. However, voluntary certification is available to the forensic scientist and is recognized as an additional measure of quality assurance and credentialing.
During the 84th Legislative Session in 2015, the Texas Legislature passed SB-1287, which requires all forensic analysts to be licensed beginning January 1, 2019.
Since 2004, Flashback Data has provided sensitive incident investigation and forensic data recovery services to clients around the world, including corporations, law firms, and foreign governments.
Our laboratory is ISO/IEC 17025:2017 compliant and accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB).
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