Forensic Data Recovery, also known as Evidence Recovery, is the art and science of recovering important information from a device for the purpose of answering questions for a legal system or in the legal realm. Once you lose important information such as evidence it is crucial that you involve a Forensic Data Recovery Specialist to help retrieve your data as no data is the equivalent of no case.
Sherlock Forensic Specialists
Sherlock Data Recovery Services, specializes in providing forensically sound images that can be used for further investigation, by restoring failed drives and retrieving the lost evidence. For forensic investigations the destruction of evidence is an increasing problem. Therefore, it is critical that you involve a Forensic Data Recovery Specialist to avoid the risk of losing valuable evidence. Our forensic team has the knowledge and experience to make forensic images of functional devices, physically damaged or mechanically failed drives.
It is hard to underestimate the value and importance of digital forensics. Many types of evidence are only available in a form of digital files stored on the computer’s hard drive, that is why it is essential for today’s investigators to gain access to this information. Attempts to destroy digital evidence are not always successful. It all depends on the action taken, the time that was available to destroy the evidence, as well as the type of storage device. In most cases the evidence is still there, waiting to be found.
Our mission is to provide our forensic clients with the following results, which may be required in a court of law:
Revealing evidence that specifies the facts to support a judgment.
A forensic report stating how the forensic testing was carried out.
A forensic report stating how the media was treated.
A report log providing a detailed over view of the media.
A standardized process which allows for the duplication of findings should it be found necessary to dispute the results.
Digital forensic investigations are not restricted to retrieve data solely from computers, as small digital devices are now used considerably by criminals. Digital forensic investigations are branched into various groups depending on the type of devices and media.