Digital Forensic Investigation

As technology becomes more complex, digital forensic investigations have become more and more essential to building a winning case for clients. Whether it is recovering evidence thought to be deleted, or using digital technologies to create unquestionable timelines, having an experienced forensic investigator on your side can place your client at a significant advantage.

At Pilum, our mission as investigators is the same as the attorneys we serve. We strive to poke as many holes in the opposing party’s case as possible and we understand that it often takes a wealth of irrefutable digital evidence to obtain a favorable outcome. We do not limit our investigations to refuting or challenging the opposing party’s evidence.
 

How We Can Help You

Our certified digital forensic investigators are experts in the collection, analysis and reporting of electronically stored information in support of legal proceedings. We examine both active and hidden data (e.g. deleted, or encrypted) on digital media for relevant evidence. Our examiners are both skilled technicians and experienced intelligence analysts/investigators.

When you work with Pilum, you’ll have expert support through the entire case from the initial consultation to the culmination of litigation proceedings. We completed forensic investigations for hundreds of cases involving technology such as:

  • Computers of all types
  • Cell phones and cell towers
  • GPS systems
  • Forensic art
  • Digital cameras
  • CD/DVDforensics
  • Complex data recovery
  • Backup tape recoveries
  • Microsoft Exchange recovery
  • All other types of digitalmedia

Bottom line: we have the technical foundation and analytical skills to assist you in even the most complex forensic cases.
 
Let the Tech Tell the Story With Pilum

Technology is evolving faster than ever before. In order to keep up, you need a dedicated team of experts who are constantly working to explore how new technology can give you the clues you need to help your clients. Call Pilum today and start building a better case with digital forensics.