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Extract & Save ALL Of Your Employees Data On Any Device

All corporations have one thing in common:

They do NOT want their employees stealing their data or violating their contracts.  We extract data from any device

What We Do for You

With locations across North America, our digital forensics experts are near and ready to help. We are able to work on your case remotely, in-lab and onsite. Contact us or submit a case today to learn more about how we can help you. 

 

Custom Extraction Tools

Our extraction machine will transform the way you extract data from cell phones and tablets. This revolutionary digital forensics tools provides extraction and analysis of mobile forensic tools, cell phone & computer devices on demand. 

 

 

Remote Extractions

Eliminate the associated expense and extended wait times of typical digital analysis that requires shipping to labs. Our mobile & computer data extractions happen in minutes, not days like some other labs.  

Forensics Consulting

Our team is comprised of forensic investigators, certified fraud examiners, former law enforcement officials, certified digital forensic examiners, data analysts and system and network domain experts.

 

 

Mobile Digital Forensic Services

We can travel to your office if you would like us to perform live extractions or group extractions.

Expert Court Witness Available

We love to testify for your cases if we do the work. We have experience as an expert witness in the USA. 

Serving the Entire USA

We have the ability to extract any device with you over the phone

Certified & Licensed

Over 30 years experience in digital forensics ranging from phones, computers, and tablets. 

Available 7 Days A Week

Corporate Digital Forensics On Demand

 

 

 

 

Whether it is dealing with theft of trade secrets or stolen intellectual property, or disgruntled employees, companies turn to Corporate Digital Forensics to investigate the digital activities of their employees, vendors and competitors.

We provide specialized technology, expertise and best practices in resolving critical business issues and helping organizations focus on their core concerns.

Many workplace disputes can be resolved quickly and have minimum impact, due to the incontrovertible evidence that can often be extracted from digital devices.

Even intentionally deleted files and data can be recovered from employees’ cell phones, laptops and tablets or from company servers. In many cases, recovered metadata from such devices can establish a clear timeline of activities helping to identify timing, location, and the nature of actions occurred.

Our Forensic Reports are admissible in a court of law, usable for internal disciplinary hearings and provide data for internal incident reports.

Do You Perform IP and Internal Investigations?

Probably the most typical corporate use case we see for digital forensics  is investigating internal policy violations, such as intellectual property (IP) theft.

For example, if an employee leaves an organization to work for a competitor — and takes proprietary files related to revenue model, customer databases, or trade secrets along with them.

In instances of industrial espionage or IP misconduct, there are often significant dollar amounts at stake. In high-profile cases we have seen payouts of close to $100 million to compensate for lost revenue.

Digital forensics can also bolster cases against employees in instances of fraud, wrongful death or personal injury, or even sexual harassment. Laptops, social media applications, and mobile phones can provide evidence in the form of conversation histories, as well as geolocation data. In the case of a work-related accident, investigators may look into whether the injured party was using a mobile device at the time.

Patent disputes, too, sometimes rely upon digital forensics for clarification in court. 

Do You Perform Data Recovery On Devices?

Data recovery is often viewed as a subset of digital forensics, separate from the services performed for criminal investigations. However, many firms offer both types of investigative resources. We provide data recovery and digital forensics lab services to any corporate clients in need. Our data recovery operation can salvage data from failed drives, reformatted operating systems, or crashed servers.

Do You Work With Cyber Attacks or Cyber Security ?

Yes We Do. We have seen an increase in malicious cyberattacks. Cyber attacks are a growing area of corporate risk to be aware of. Corporate Digital Forensics can help perform a post-mortem analysis.

Do you work with Spyware?

Yes We Do. Modern malware and spyware can completely take over your cell phone, tablet or computer. It can turn your own phone or device into a spy in your own home, watching your every move and recording your every word. It can grab your banking information, passwords and more. Corporate Digital Forensics has licensed & certified experts that can help detect malicious spyware and get rid of it.

In order to be able to remove spyware, we have to be completly aware of how it works, and constintley updates.  If you want spyware installed for your own personal use, please contact us to discuss. 

DO YOU TRACK DOWN BLACKMAILERS?

Yes we do. Criminals who harass, bully or blackmail their victims take great pains to hide their identities. They use anonymous social media accounts, hide behind false email addresses, pretend to be other people. But all online interactions leave digital footprints, and our expert digital forensic examiners know how to follow them. In many cases, our experts can track down the domains, service providers and IP addresses used to commit extortion, pinpointing the original source of the crime. That is solid evidence you can take to police, or to court.

DO YOU WORK WITH BUSINESS PARTNER ISSUES?

Yes we do.  Business partnerships, unfortunately, can end in disputes – and theft.  Corporate Digital Forensics can unlock clues from computers & mobile devices, providing the crucial proof you need to recover stolen property and find the justice you seek.

DO YOU WORK WITH COMPUTER FORENSICS?

Yes we do.  Business partnerships, unfortunately, can end in disputes – and theft.  Corporate Digital Forensics can unlock clues from computers & mobile devices, providing the crucial proof you need to recover stolen property and find the justice you seek.

Do You work with angry employee cases?

Yes we do. Disgruntled employees can hide their frustration, delete or hide their digital activity, and more so that employers do not know how bad the damage is.

Funds, trade secrets, intellectual property – even access to your entire IT infrastructure – all can be put in jeopardy by an unhappy employee. Corporate Digital Forensics can use computer forensics tools to track down the culprit and prosecute the case.

Do You work with extortion cases?

Yes we do.

Online interactions create opportunities for criminals, and these illegal activities are on the rise.

Individuals, small businesses and large corporations are open to these online attacks. In such cases, the perpetrators hide their identities, attacking you from the internet shadows. We can expose them.

Our proprietary system lets us follow the digital footprints to track down IP addresses, cell phone numbers, email addresses, social media accounts and even specific devices used in these crimes. We can identify online harassers or extortionists with a high degree of success.

Laptops & Computers

Before you recycle your work devices, make sure you talk to us to keep all the data on that device from the last user. 

Business Contacts

Do not let your contacts get stolen when somebody leaves their job.  We can help you protect your rights and contacts. 

Entire Teams

We offer group discounts for companies who have high turn over rates and will need many extractions overtime.

Quick, Painless, & Low Cost Phone Extractions

We Help Discover Facts

We can either have one of our engineers come into your office, or we can set up a time to do remote extractions one by one.  Many of our clients like us to come into their office and do the extractions on site.

We can extract 2-3 phones per hour. We will provide you with a thumb-drive of all extractions to store in the cloud as an additions.  CYA incase your employees have contracts that need to be protected for years to come if they leave.

 

Do Employees Devices Need To Be Monitored? Routinely

Yes, You never know what people are doing with their phones.  We suggest that if you are providing them the device, you should be monitoring that device monthly for your protection so they do not steal your info, trade secrects, clients, etc.

Can you see if one of my employees has applied to other jobs?

It really depends on if they are doing anything with the device you provde them. You do not have the authority to check their personal phones, but if you are paying the bills for their device(s), you should make sure they are following the rules you set. 

Can you tell if an employee has stolen our databases of clients?

If they have taken the devices and emailed them, or downloaded them, you can figure it out with a full extraction. 

Do Companies Make Their Investors or Board Members Check Their Phone?

With todays enviorment, it makes sense to check what your employees are up to with the device the company pays for.  We can help you discover the facts. 

Do you monitor Social Media Activities for Employers?

Yes we do. Everyone seems to be on social media these days, sharing thoughts, posting pictures – and amassing powerful evidence. By making posts or providing personal information on social platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat and many others, users often provide evidence that can resolve potential litigation or human resources issues. Social media posts often add up to reveal the whole truth, one post at a time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Common Questions

What does a forensics examiner cost?

The cost of a forensic examination depends on many factors, from lab time to hardware and software requirements to the scope of the data or files being sought.  Since digital forensics is a science, highly skilled examiners and engineers must perform series of steps to produce a forensically sound report. This can take time and a significant amount of labor. To avoid the uncertainty of hourly billing, Digital Forensics Corp offers clients case-specific pricing. Once the client provides the parameters and scope of the investigation, DFC calculates a flat fee which will be honored unless the scope of the client’s needs change.

What can you extract from a phone?
​Depeneind on the device you can extract:
Dialed Calls Photos – Screen Shot Saved Deleted Passwords
Received Calls Videos – Taken Emails
Missed Calls Videos – Deleted Chats
Contacts Videos – Modified Instant Messaging
Speed Dials Speed Dials Cookies
Photos – Taken Videos – Received Via Text User Accounts
Photos – Deleted Videos – Received Via Email Web Bookmarks
Photos – Modified (adding captions, emojis, cropping, etc.) Text Messages Configurations
Photos – Downloaded Installed Applications Databases
Photos – Received Via Text Audio Recordings Documents
Photos – Received Via Email Emails – Received Calendar
Photos – Received Via App Emails – Sent Apps Downloaded
GEO Tags
What can you extract from a phone?
​Depeneind on the device you can extract:
Dialed Calls Photos – Screen Shot Saved Deleted Passwords
Received Calls Videos – Taken Emails
Missed Calls Videos – Deleted Chats
Contacts Videos – Modified Instant Messaging
Speed Dials Speed Dials Cookies
Photos – Taken Videos – Received Via Text User Accounts
Photos – Deleted Videos – Received Via Email Web Bookmarks
Photos – Modified (adding captions, emojis, cropping, etc.) Text Messages Configurations
Photos – Downloaded Installed Applications Databases
Photos – Received Via Text Audio Recordings Documents
Photos – Received Via Email Emails – Received Calendar
Photos – Received Via App Emails – Sent Apps Downloaded
GEO Tags
WHAT IS FORENSIC IMAGING OR CLONING?

A forensic image (also known as a bit-by-bit copy or cloned image) is a read-only image of an entire storage drive, whatever the type. This image contains all the files, as well as the unallocated or un-used space on the hard drive. The purpose of making a Forensic Image or copy of a drive is to make sure that the evidence on the original device remains unaltered. Examinations are performed on the copy only. This is necessary to produce legally admissible evidence.

A forensic image can be made with hardware duplicators or software. If encryption is involved, making a clone can require something known as a live forensic image, which is accomplished by making a forensic image of the computer while it is still turned on and connected to a network or in use.

What is a forensics Copy?

A “forensic copy” is used to collect and preserve active files and is a precise, unaltered copy of the data, including original file metadata, but is in not a complete image of the original drive. A forensic copy may be necessary to preserve data from a shared server or cloud storage, where a drive has multiple users or when the drive must remain in use. The downside to a forensic copy is that because it does not include unallocated or un-used space, its use precludes the recovery of deleted files or information.

What is A forensics metadata?

Metadata is data about data. Metadata contains information such as the creation date of a file, the dates it has been accessed or modified and the times. Using specialized forensics software, the author or creator of the data, the number of revisions it underwent, and the last time it was printed can be revealed. Metadata can also identify where and when photos or videos were taken and on what sort of camera or device.

How Much Does Consulting Cost?

We always set up a free 15 min digital forensics call to evaluate exactly what you are trying to achomplish.

Pricing is based on your time constraints. We offer the same comprehensive, in-depth solutions no matter your budget or schedule. No need to pay for overnight service if you don’t need the results for two months! We provide the same great service, same in depth analysis – nothing else changes, except for how quickly that you get the results – at a lower price and still guaranteed delivery date. It will be there on time and on budget.

Will You testify for me in court?

Absolutely. We are fully prepared, have experience testifying and will be happy to do so as an expert witness examiner if we work together. Please contact us to discuss further details. 

What type of cases use forensics?

Criminal and civil cases, business investigations, corporate security and/or theft, family law including divorce and child custody and much more. Our team can help consult if you have any questions about your current situation or case.

What is Digital Forensics?

Digital Forensics is a science involving the recovery and investigation of items found on electronic devices, often performed as part of a legal dispute. Forensic examinations can be performed on nearly any device that contains digitally stored data, including cell phones, laptops, hard drives, servers, thumb drives, SD cards, even cloud storage.

What does Encryption Mean?

Encryption is a digital process wherein data is converted into a format that cannot be read without a password or key. Without the key, all information remains scrambled and incomprehensible. When encryption is used, a forensic examiner requires the key to decode the data. If the key is not supplied or available, a live forensic image may be the only hope of reading the data, since only the active processor can decrypt the data. Encryption is becoming increasingly common for companies who may fear data breaches. Better known encryption software include McAfee’s SafeBoot Encryption, Symantec’s Endpoint Encryption, and PGP Whole Disk Encryption. Windows has a built in encryption program called Bit-locker, as does Apple’s OS, which is called File Vault.

Can you recover deleted files?

Most digital devices contain deleted files. A forensic examination can produce list of deleted files and ultimately recover some or all of those files. Sometimes deleted files, if they are over-written by new data, cannot be fully recovered. When a file is deleted, the section of the hard drive in which the file is located is labeled deleted and is considered “unallocated space” by the system. However, in most cases, the data remains on the drive and is simply not “visible” to the system. When a device or hard drive under analysis contains absolutely no deleted files, this can be an indication that some kind of intentional data wiping has occurred, or that the operating system has been re-installed.

What is A forensics Image?

When a forensic image of a drive is made, the unused portion of the drive, which is called “unallocated space” is included in the copy. Unallocated Space can contain portions of data or files that have been deleted. When an operating system overwrites unallocated space with new data, the original deleted files may no longer be recoverable. Often, however, a quirk in the way computers store data, allows portions of even these overwritten files to be recovered. Since data storage is divided into tiny sectors, if a smaller file overwrites a larger file, there may be “slack space” or unused space within that sector, from which fragments of overwritten files can be recovered. This technique is sometimes called “carving unallocated space.”

Can Digital Foresnsics Help My Case?

When a forensic image of a drive is made, the unused portion of the drive, which is called “unallocated space” is included in the copy. Unallocated Space can contain portions of data or files that have been deleted. When an operating system overwrites unallocated space with new data, the original deleted files may no longer be recoverable. Often, however, a quirk in the way computers store data, allows portions of even these overwritten files to be recovered. Since data storage is divided into tiny sectors, if a smaller file overwrites a larger file, there may be “slack space” or unused space within that sector, from which fragments of overwritten files can be recovered. This technique is sometimes called “carving unallocated space.”

Convenient

We Come to You

 

Depending on the case we can travel to your business to perform our digital forensics work.  We charge travel expenses but can typically have one of our forensics engineers come out withing 24-48 hours. 

Official

Licensed & Insured

 

Corporate Digital Forensics has a professional team of certified specialists, examiners, and investigators who are ready to dig deep to uncover information you need for your case or client.  

Trusted

Forensic Experts

If we cannot help you with your needs, we will be the first to let you know and pass on the opportunity to work together.  Our directors have worked with law enforcement, homeland security, CIA, FBI, DOJ, and many more entities .  

“We determine with 100% certainty which employees we should let go of during Covid-19 after we extracted the sales teams phones thanks to Corporate Digital Forensics and showing us the facts that we couldn’t see ourselves on our employees cell phone devices”

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