Significant advances in technology. A proliferation of data. Confidential information is more accessible by various personal devices. The need for digital forensics is on the rise.
In the face of government and internal investigations, employment litigation and patent infringement matters, digital information can often make or break the outcome. And, with the significant increase in volume and sources, culling through electronically-stored information can be a time-consuming and costly process.
Companies, attorneys and their clients must efficiently capture, analyze and preserve electronically-stored information in response to virtually all legal disputes and investigations. Every phase of the investigation should be handled with the utmost importance.
How We Help
StoneTurn assists clients to capture, analyze and preserve electronically-stored information through:
Our certified computer forensic experts and experienced investigators determine the scope of the issue, identify relevant parties and locate where the data exists.
We preserve data from servers, workstations, laptops, mobile phones, personal e-mail accounts, cloud backup systems and other devices containing company-specific data. We are skilled in collecting and analyzing forensic images, recovering and reorganizing data, conducting in-house and third-party investigations and data production.
Our experts perform appropriate analyses on forensically-preserved data in a state-of-the-art forensic lab. Our analyses include, but are not limited to, keyword searches, deleted file recovery, system artifact analysis, and password decryption.
Data Theft / Breach of Contract Investigations
We conduct a deep dive analysis to figure out if, what and how corporate information was misappropriated.
We produce data to our clients in the format that best achieves their goals, whether that is in native file format, via report, or expert testimony.
Litigation and Trial Services
StoneTurn works closely with clients to preserve the chain of custody in anticipation of litigation and to mitigate the risk of evidence loss. We have testified as fact and expert witnesses in both federal and state cases involving digital evidence.