Forensics / Electronic Evidence / Data Recovery Index
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Adroit Data Recovery Centre Pte Ltd (ADRC) -
Data Recovery Service for any damaged data media such as hard disks, tapes, floppy disks, Iomega zip cartridges, and CD. Headquartered in
Singapore and Malaysia. Servicing customers from Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Philippines, Brunei and Vietnam.
CBL Data Recovery Technologies, Inc. -
Recovers data from tape backups, hard drives, optical media, removable media and anything in between, getting data when all others have failed.
Cellebrite - Cellebrite mobile forensics solutions give access to and unlock the intelligence of mobile data sources to extend investigative capabilities, accelerate investigations, unify investigative teams and produce solid evidence.
Center for Computer Forensics (CCF) - Litigation support and evidence gathering services.
Offers assistance at every stage of a case - pre-suit analysis, discovery, mediation, and trial. In addition to directly managing data recovery projects, CCF also
provides expert consultation and testimony on a wide range of computer hardware, software, and operating systems.
DOJ Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) - CCIPS attorneys focus
on issues raised by computer and intellectual property crime; advise federal prosecutors and law enforcement agents; comment upon and propose legislation;
coordinate international efforts to combat computer crime; litigate cases; and train all law enforcement groups. Other areas of expertise include
encryption, electronic privacy laws, search and seizure of computers, e-commerce, and hacker investigations. Also see CCIPS
Searching and Seizing Computers and Obtaining Electronic Evidence. Topics covered include the application of the Fourth Amendment to computers
and the Internet, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, workplace privacy, the law of electronic surveillance, and evidentiary issues.
Eco Data Recovery - Flat-rate data
recovery service for inaccessible hard drives, RAID's, SAN's, CD-ROMs and removable cartridges used in Intel
x86 based architecture and Apple Macintosh machines. Operating systems supported include DOS, Windows (all varieties), Netware,
SCO Unix, SCO Xenix, Linux and Mac.
e-fense, Inc. - Computer forensic analysis and incident response firm.
Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) - Created to address the lack of standards and guidelines
in the electronic discovery market - a problem identified in the 2003 and 2004 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery surveys as a major concern
for vendors and consumers alike. The completed reference model provides a common, flexible and extensible framework for the development, selection,
evaluation and use of electronic discovery products and services.
Electronic Evidence Discovery (EED), a DTI Company - Provider of electronic evidence discovery
services during litigation and risk reduction services to corporations before litigation. EED also develops specialized hardware and software
tools for identifying, locating, retrieving, reviewing and managing electronic data.
Electronic Evidence and Records Retention - Links to articles on electronic
evidence in litigation, email policy and employee rights, records retention policies, vendors of data recovery services, and related sites and information.
eMag Solutions - Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with European operations based in
Wales and UK. Specializes in data storage and recovery solutions.
Evidence Exchange - The first company to provide a system for securely duplicating
documents of disparate types so that there is a cryptographically secure link between the copy and the original. This innovative process is called
the Secure Digital Photocopier (SDP) and works by taking electronic files of any format and converting them to readable, searchable, printable PDF files,
while it fingerprints and digitally notarizes them so they are secure through the entire discovery process.
File Recovery Guide - Information
on file recovery, breakdowns, head crashes, data back ups, and formatting.
Forensec, Ltd. - Digital forensics consulting; evidence acquisition, investigation, analysis,
and reporting; litigation support; expert witness services; and general technical evidentiary consulting to law firms, corporations, and law enforcement.
IntelliRecovery - Global data recovery services company specializing in hard disk and
hard drive recovery from lost data, drive crashes and more.
Ken Withers - Researching computer-based
disclosure and discovery in civil litigation.
Kroll Ontrack - Provides large-scale electronic and paper-based discovery and computer forensics
services and software to help attorneys, investigators, corporations, and legal professionals quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively recover,
review, manage, and produce information and documents.
Lazarus Data Recovery - Corporate clients worldwide including Hewlett Packard, Apple, Disney, FedEx, M.I.T., and NASA come to Lazarus with their data recovery
needs because the job is done correctly the first time and with a success rate close to 100%. Located in San Francisco.
National Consortium for Justice Information
and Statistics - A nonprofit membership organization created by and for the states, which is dedicated to improving the criminal justice system
through the effective application of information and identification technology. Members are primarily state-level justice officials responsible
for operational decisions and policymaking concerning the management of criminal justice information, particularly criminal history information.
Online Security - Investigates technology crimes and provides protection for corporate
PSS Systems - Provides solutions for meeting legal obligations for retaining, disposing,
preserving, and producing information.
Rehman Technology Services - Provides
a wide array of cutting edge services such as data recovery, computer forensics, electronic countermeasures, and technology related investigations.
RenewData - Electronic evidence and data recovery.
Vital Data Recovery - Canada wide professional data recovery services including Montreal, Toronto,
Vancouver, Calgary, Quebec, Ottawa and other areas, retrieving information from crashed hard drives, finding lost files, recovering after virus attacks
and many other types of malfunctions and errors.
Zantaz - Data migration and compliance
software; information retention and e-discovery management solutions.
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