Our computer forensics team has the optimal blend of technical and legal professionals who have handled hundreds of matters involving electronically stored information. They are adept at providing expert witness testimony to verify authenticity of digital evidence.
Legal matters involving electronically stored information often have strict guidelines, tight time frames, and require effective planning and communication. Our team of experts are dedicated to working closely with our clients to identify their specific needs and deliver customized results.
Whether data is on a laptop, server, cell phone, or other device, our certified forensic analysts are trained to collect and analyze electronic evidence following forensic methodologies and procedures. We utilize industry-leading technology such as Cellebrite®, FTK®, Magnet Forensics Axiom®, and more.
For more than 30 years, TCDI has helped North Carolina businesses manage and protect their electronic data.
Members of the TCDI computer forensics team have earned numerous industry certifications
North Carolina Computer Forensics Services
TCDI: Your Trusted Local Resource
Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina TCDI's state of the art forensics lab and experienced analysts specialize in preserving and analyzing electronically stored information (ESI) for electronic discovery, internal investigations, government subpoenas, and data breach investigations in order to ensure proprietary and confidential data is protected.
We serve all major cities and areas throughout North Carolina, including Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, Greensboro, Winston Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point, Greenville, Concord, and Asheville, among others.
Computer Forensics - Data Sources
Laptops / Desktops
Windows * Mac OS X * Linux * Others
TCDI's computer forensics team can create forensic images of laptops and desktops running a variety of operating systems. Our protocols ensure electronic evidence is preserved and verified so that it is admissible in court.
Tablets / Cell Phones
Apple * Samsung * Google * Microsoft * Others
Mobile devices, such as iPhone and Android devices, store a wealth of important information relevant to litigation matters and internal investigations. TCDI's forensics team can preserve and analyze a variety of devices and provide user-friendly reports on data sources such as text messages, call history, contacts, and geolocation information.
Servers store an abundance and variety of data such as department shares, user shares, applications, databases, websites, email, and log data. Furthermore, a single physical server may be hosting several virtual servers as well. The TCDI team is familiar with the intricacies and unique requirements to forensically collect and analyze server-based data.
Outlook 365 * Gmail * Yahoo * Others
Email data stored in the cloud oftentimes cannot be recovered directly from the computers or cell phones used for accessing it. In these instances, TCDI can access the email directly from the cloud-based email account and download a forensically sound copy for subsequent analysis.
Office 365 * Dropbox * Google Drive * iCloud
Companies are rapidly adopting cloud-based services and storage such as Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive. Given their prevalence and ease of data transfer, it is important to consider these potential sources of evidence during forensics investigations or eDiscovery matters.
Social Media Accounts
Facebook * Twitter * Instagram * YouTube * Others
Social media posts, direct messages, and other activity can occasionally be relevant to a legal matter. TCDI utilizes specialized tools to collect, search, and analyze social data in the event it needs to be submitted as evidence in court.