Frequently Asked Questions about our digital forensics services:

What is digital forensics?

Digital forensics is a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices, often in relation to computer crime. The term digital forensics was originally used as a synonym for computer forensics but has expanded to cover investigation of all devices capable of storing digital data.

What type of devices can you investigate?

We can investigate anything that can store data. Computers, flash cards, mobiles phones. You name it? We have even validated automobile GPS units in the field.

How can you help my case?

Flashback Data performs investigations on many types of cases. Civil and Criminal. We have worked with Attorneys on corporate IP Theft cases, family law matters, hacking incidents and more. We also assist Law Enforcement with criminal cases.

If the device is not accessible, can you do still do something with it?

This is exactly what makes Flashback Data unique. We have a full fledged Data Recovery lab on site to assist with any issues with inaccessible devices. This is especially helpful in cases where someone intentionally damaged a device.

Are you accredited?

YES! We feel this is another aspect that sets us apart from anyone else. We have spent years building our lab to become the 1st private lab in the world with the same accreditation as FBI digital forensics labs. We are ASCLD/LAB International accredited as well as ISO/IEC 17025:2005 compliant. We are a licensed private investigations firm in the state of Texas and our investigators have a multitude of certifications.

Do you have a secure lab?

Yes we do! Our lab is bio-metrically secure in 4 zones. We have a steel evidence cage with motion sensors throughout. 24/7 video monitoring, as well as 24/7 on site security surveillance.

Learn more about our lab and digital forensics services:

The Forensic Process

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Our Accreditations

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Our Lab

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