Forensic NAND Memory Imaging
Chip Off Forensic NAND Imaging
Whether you require NAND or NOR chip forensics, our Experienced team has you covered in any situation.
What are NAND Chips and what is NAND Imaging?
NAND chips are structures contained inside memory cards that are common place today, including in mobile devices. Typically, these tiny chips are crucial to storing the important data and other files mobile device users keep. When such a structure becomes tainted or damaged, some, if not the majority of the information contained inside them could be lost. However, the forensics examiners and data recovery specialists employed by Secure Forensics can still recover and forensically image these NAND devices.
NAND imaging, also referred to as chip-off imaging or NAND chip forensics is performed by highly skilled software engineers and mobile forensics specialists who execute the delicate operation of removing the damaged chip from the device in question, opening the chip, examining its contents, creating a forensic image of the data contained inside of it.
Any NAND Chip. Any Time. Any Condition.
At Secure Forensics, we employ a division of data retrieval and mobile forensics experts who have extensive experience performing NAND imaging.
Here is a list of some of our most common NAND chip devices that our clients ask us to forensically image:
Clients utilizing our NAND chop forensics services range from individuals who dropped and incurred damage to their cell phones, have a physically damaged memory card to law enforcement agencies and legal teams needing to retrieve vital information from any device that uses NAND memory. For more information on NAND imaging or the many other computer, digital and mobile forensics services we provide, please call us at 1-800-288-1407.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Forensic NAND Chip Imaging
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