Forensic Imaging for Wisconsin
Forensic imaging is usually done at the sector level. A bit-stream copy of the entire media being imaged and not just a duplication of the data or file system is created. A write protection device or application that prevents contamination of the evidentiary media during the forensic imaging process is used to accomplish this task.
We can capture a forensic image and collect data virtually from any location in Wisconsin and throughout the country. Utilizing live data acquisition and real-time forensic data capture preserves evidence without having to take your computers or servers offline.
Live data capture forensic imaging and real-time forensic evidence acquisition meets the needs of both computer forensic investigations and E-discovery demands in a more timely and efficient manner.
Utilizing secure, end-to-end, 256-bit SSL encryption a forensic examiner captures a forensically sound image to a target destination, live and in real-time saving time and money while reducing the risk of spoliation or loss of vital evidence in time-critical situations.
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure which became law on 12-1-2006, most attorneys are either unfamiliar and have not needed Computer Forensics and Electronic Evidence Discovery or are familiar with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26, Rule 34, and Rule 45, which have added many new procedures for handling and requesting electronic information.