Computer Forensics Services

Computer Forensics Investigations

At Sentry Data Systems we help attorneys, law firms, public defenders at both the federal and state level, large and small businesses and individuals in need of technical and legal expertise in the world of computer forensics.

Whether they’re facing criminal charges or involved in a civil dispute, our clients rely on the expertise of Sentry Data Systems to find digital evidence that is critical for their case.  Using computer forensic analysis, we can determine if evidence in a case has been modified or tampered with.  Let us help you find out if your opponent has been altering information.  We can testify in court for you as an expert witness, providing facts backed up by proven computer forensic analysis.

How Computer Forensics Can Help YOU . . .

  • Divorce Cases (Email, internet chat sites, Facebook correspondence, websites visited,  illegal spyware)
  • Custody Cases (Illegal activity, fitness for custody or visitation, Email, websites visited etc.)
  • Wrongful Termination Disputes
  • Intellectual Property Disputes
  • Acts By Disgruntled Employee(s)
  • Employee Activity (Search for excessive personal browsing during work hours)
  • Employee Theft
  • Business Fraud
  • Cyberstalking, Hacking, Keyloggers, Illegal Activity
  • Corporate Employee Embezzlement
  • Industrial Accident, Incident & Negligence Investigations
  • Corporate E-mail Investigations and Correspondence
  • Insurance Fraud Cases
  • Expert Witness Testimony
  • Electronic Data Retrieval
  • Electronic Counter Measures
  • Retrieval of Deleted, Encrypted, Password Protected and Hidden Data
  • Protect you against Spoliation (the destruction, alteration, or mutilation of evidence that may pertain to legal action i.e. deleting even one email or altering it in any fashion)

In computer forensics, there are three types of data that are looked at – active, archival and latent. 

  • Active Data is the information that we can physically see.  This includes data files, programs, and files used by the operating system. This is the easiest type of data to obtain.
  • Archival Data is data that has been backed up and stored.  This could mean back up tapes, CD’s, floppies, or entire hard drives.
  • Latent Data is the information that one typically needs specialized tools to access.  An example of latent data would be information that has been deleted or partially overwritten.

Put Sentry Data's Computer Forensics On Your Team

Sentry Data accepts all major credit cards!

Sentry Data Team, part of Sentry Data Systems, LLC.
Phone (231) 256-9156
FAX (231) 256-9156

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