Making complex data simple and compelling
From digital device to digital evidence
Unlock your vehicle's digital evidence potential
Forensic Analysis and Enhancement
Investigating and analyzing financial records
Gain access to the online accounts of deceased loved ones
Clear, precise evidence for a messy world
Expert reports to suit your specific needs
We can locate people anywhere
Stop worrying and learn the truth
Prevent, Detect, Respond To Cyberattacks
First response is crucial. Every minute counts.
The first response is critical to reduce liability
Detection & Removing Spyware Services
Reduce your electronic risk from digital transmittals
Stop criminals in their tracks
Don’t let criminals destroy your life
Find out who you are really talking to
Experienced, Confidential Services
Swift, professional incident response
Complicated cases require compelling digital facts
Find, recover and document digital evidence
Bring solid evidence before a judge
Cases can be investigated using Social Media
Divorce, custody battles, and other
Win the most important battle of your life
Everything you need
Effective Expert Witness in Court
Evidence shows who is telling the truth
Subpoena power yields strong evidence
Digital evidence can build a strong defense
From data breaches to home security to tracking down criminals, technology is in the news every day. Almost any story a reporter handles these days will have a technology angle to it. The experts at Digital Forensics Corp. can provide the expertise and background reporters need to tell the whole story.
We handle all media requests through our Ohio headquarters, but with sufficient lead time we can assist journalists across the United States. For example, when WSB-TV in Atlanta prepared a report on Georgia’s new hands-free law, which restricted use of cell phones while driving, reporter Pete Combs wanted to dive into the technical aspects. He sought to tell viewers how investigators might determine whether a driver had been using a cell phone before a crash or traffic infraction. Would investigators know a driver had been texting, even if he erased the texts or the phone was damaged in a crash?
Combs called Digital Forensics Corp. for an expert opinion. Brian Pishek, from our headquarters in Shaker Heights, Ohio, did a phone interview with Combs. We shot video of the interview in our offices and sent that to WSB, where their news team edited it into their June 29 report.
Our team is in demand and time pressure is often a factor, but we are happy to assist reporters when possible. Journalists looking for an expert opinion on cyber technology, digital forensics or computer evidence used in investigations can contact us by email at email@example.com.
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