Data Recovery & Forensics

We have both in-house data recovery and forensics services available.

Data Recovery:

  • Whether you need a single file or terabytes of mission-critical databases, our professional recovery team retrieves the data in the order of importance specified by the customer using software recovery methods.
  • Critically damaged drives may take much longer to stabilize, causing data retrieval to be a more difficult and time consuming process.
  • Customer data and network security is top priority. To ensure our applications and systems meet the highest standards, we regularly monitor and perform comprehensive audits on our website, applications, servers, database, intrusion detection, and security policies.


  • The purpose of computer forensics techniques is to search, preserve and analyze information on computer systems to find potential evidence. professional data forensics is a skill learned from practice and requires highly specialized tools.  The goal of computer forensics is to examine digital media in a forensically sound manner with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts and opinions about the information.
  • The initial cost for this service covers the initial imaging and  archival process. We perform forensic scans to uncover deleted files and or anything specific to the clients specific scenario. Additional costs may be accrued for additional mining of and sorting of data. This can include social engineering and multiple methods to uncover what is needed. Each case is unique so each case is handled on a case by case basis.
  • We provide customized services to the individual, business, corporate and professional client.  We recover saved, deleted, or erased files, and identify incidents of cyber:  Harassment, Stalking, Terrorism, Theft, and Internet activities.  Our professional services are enhanced with “HTCN” Advanced certifications of Computer Crime Investigator and Computer Forensic Technician.
  • Evidence from computer forensics investigations is usually subjected to the same guidelines and practices of other digital evidence. It has been used in a number of high profile cases and is becoming widely accepted as reliable within US and European court systems.