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Tucson Computer Forensics


Tucson Computer Forensics, also known as digital forensics, is a practice that examines digital evidence and recovers data to be used in a civil or criminal legal proceeding. The process of investigating digital evidence must be conducted in a forensically sound manner to ensure court admissibility. Computer forensics also provides a means for “e-discovery” or “electronic discovery”, which allows for disclosure of the digital evidence for parties involved in litigation. Indications of data theft, employee theft, employee compliance and policy violation, embezzlement, fraud, and other cyber crimes can be uncovered during a computer forensic examination.

Cyber Crime includes a wide range of computer crimes or misuse, including but not limited to, theft of trade secrets, theft of or destruction of intellectual property, and fraud.

The Tucson Computer Forensics Division of the Walden Group has the ability to draw on an array of methods for the purpose of discovering data that resides on a computer system, recovering deleted, encrypted, or damaged file information, tracking internet/network log files, detecting unauthorized file copying, and search and recovery of email.

The Tucson Computer Forensics Division of the Walden Group has a dedicated team with extensive law enforcement and laboratory computer experience. Our skilled professionals understand the specific challenges and requirements associated with complex forensic examination and are experts in the preservation, recovery, and examination of digital evidence.

The Tucson Computer Forensic Division, is under the directorship of a board-certified forensic scientist, with a Master’s Degree in Forensic Science.  We do not source out any of our forensic computer examinations, and we utilize our own Digital Intelligence Forensic Recovery Evidence Device.  Our staff forensic scientist has received basic, intermediate, and advanced training in forensic computer recovery, and has attended state and federal law enforcement computer forensic training workshops.  Court testimony regarding examinations performed and the results obtained can be provided, as well as expert witness testimony in the following areas:

  • Preservation of evidence
  • Data/Document Recovery
  • Computer Forensics
  • E-Mail Analysis
  • Internet investigation
  • Intellectual Property Theft
  • Economic Fraud

Our Tucson Computer Forensic staff is court-qualified at the federal, state, and local levels for both civil and criminal cases.