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We provide digital forensics, data recovery, e-mail, security consulation, and law enforcement support services.

Law Enforcement Internet Sites with Interest in Digital Forensics

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Professional Forensic Organizations

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  • Computer Crime Research Center (CCRC) — researches and warns of unlawful acts involving computer and information technologies, including computer crimes, internet fraud, and cyber terrorism.  The latest news in computer crime may be obtained at this web site.
  • Forensic — an online community for forensic examiners where they can share forensic information and assistance.
  • High Technology Crime Investigation Association — encourages the voluntary interchange of information and experience about methods relating to investigations and security in advanced technologies.
  • High Tech Crime Network (HTCN) — network of law enforcement agencies and corporate security professionals from fifteen countries.
  • INFOSYSSEC comprehensive computer and network security resource for information system security professionals.
  • InfraGard has goal to improve and extend information sharing between private industry and the government particularly the FBI, when it comes to critical national infrastructures.
  • International Association of Computer Investigative Specialist (IACIS) — dedicated to education in the field of forensic computer science.
  • Southeast Cybercrime Institute — The Southeast Cybercrime Institute at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA, provides training for cybercrime investigation.  Courses focus on the protection, detection, response, investigation, and prosecution of cybercrime.

Backbench Support for Attorneys

Disclaimer: We are not attorneys and are not attempting to provide legal advice in this or any other section of any web site.  This section originated as a result of being asked by members of the legal community about the use of digital forensics.  We found the below references useful in answering their questions.  We hope they will be beneficial to you also.

Classic digital forensic reference cases:
  • Coleman (Parent) Holdings, Inc. v. Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc.
  • Rowe Entertainment, Inc. v. William Morris, 2005 F.R.D. 421 (SDNY 2002)
  • United States v. Philip Morris: Spoliation of evidence during discovery
  • Zubulake v. UBS Warburg: Duty to preserve, cost shifting, cost splitting, allocating backup tape restoration costs, adverse influences, and expansion of attorney responsibility.  2003 United States Dist. Lexis 7937 (SDNY 10/23/03)

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Lunch and Learn Talk

A Brief Introduction to Digital Forensics — this session is suitable for a meeting of professionals interested in litigations which might involve digital evidence and information.  The talk with PowerPoint slides will help the legal community and others understand how to properly secure and handle digital forensics evidence so cases are won, not lost.  
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A Brief Introduction to Digital Forensics

(The Care & Feeding of Evidentiary Bits)

Purpose — To help the legal community and others understand how to properly secure and handle digital forensics evidence so cases are won, not lost.

Topics covered —

  • What is digital forensics?  Digital evidence?
  • Why use a forensic specialist?  Guidelines?
  • Where do I look for digital evidence?
  • How do I collect and handle digital evidence?
  • What can I expect from Eagle Eye Forensics
  • Other services from Eagle Eye Forensics
  • Q & A session as desired

We want to assist you win cases.  Therefore, a primary goal of Eagle Eye Forensics is to provide guidance for handling digital forensic evidence so that it will stand up in court.  Attempting to conduct their own forensics examination has caused lawyers to lose cases in court.  All media must be properly secured and verified, or the admissibility of the information on it as evidence may be lost. 

This session will help you avoid the pitfalls resulting from the mishandling of digital evidence. 

Handouts will be provided at the end of the talk.