Featured ServicesAll of our Connecticut offices provide the same high quality, #1 rated services. No two cases are the same, but there is not one case that is too complex for our team to solve. Our goal is to provide our clients with the best possible service and do so in the quickest amount of time possible. Every case is on a timeline, however, a case that requires a digital investigation requires an even stricter one. When you suspect that you need one of our services, it is important that you contact us as soon as possible. Traditional investigations can be lengthy and when you need digital evidence, they can take too long to secure it. Without a digital forensics expert it can be even more difficult to retrieve the evidence you need and a proper digital chain of custody might not be established. Fortunately, our team can handle all of this for you. With our digital forensics process we make it easy. We’ll work with you to identify the devices you use for transmitting or storing data, collect the data, and then we’ll preserve it through forensic imaging. Analyzing the data is one of the final steps before we develop and deliver a report to you on our FIPS Level 3 Pending hard drive. To make your life easier, our range of services covers almost everything you could need for a digital forensics case.
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A Trustworthy Digital Forensics Firm
It’s our list of certifications that make us qualified to handle the most complex of cases. To maintain our certifications, our team is audited annually. In fact, we are the only firm to have the SSAE 18, SOC 1,2 & 3 certification. This specific certification requires that we have extra security protocols in place to ensure that anyone without legal authority cannot have access to your data. Our team takes courses to ensure they are up to date on the current digital security trends and protocols, too.
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Connecticut has their digital forensic solution with us. We can handle any volume of cases that the the 3.5 million people in the state might have. It’s our goal to give you the information you need to have a successful litigation. Contact us today for a free phone consultation at (800) 288-1407.