Latest Database forensics Stories

2012-08-03 23:04:06

Billions of dollars can hinge on computer forensics. Just look at the Herculean tug-of-war that will be going on throughout August between Apple and Samsung in a patent dispute involving multi-billions in revenue. With the explosion of cases involving Electronically Stored Information (ESI), many companies and legal counsel are trying to rely on more of a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) approach to computer forensics. Global Digital Forensics has helped countless clients recover from calamitous...

2008-08-04 15:00:26

The Center for Computer Forensics (CCF), an electronic litigation support and evidence gathering firm, announced today that Nancy Forster and Norm Gibson, two team members, have received Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) certification by the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS). Every member of the CCF team has now obtained CFCE certification. "We're consistently investing in our lab, but we feel it's equally important for us to invest in our...

2008-07-02 12:00:40

ALPHARETTA, Ga., July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- As digital evidence continues to become more common in litigation, so has the need for computer forensic experts. In some situations the success or failure of the entire case might be driven by the findings provided to the litigating attorney by a computer forensic professional says Greg Fordham of K&F Consulting, Inc. "To the uninitiated selecting the right expert may seem as simple as a referral from a colleague, but there are many facets that...

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