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BGI Digital Forensics services are available to corporations, small businesses, attorneys, and private clients.
Anyone can potentially benefit for competent and professional digital forensic science services.
Digital forensics(Sometimes known as computer forensics) is the branch of forensic science pertaining to evidence found in computers, cellphones and other digital storage media. It can be used in the detection and prevention of crime and in civil disputes where evidence is stored digitally. This information can be used to prove wrongdoing or vindicate the accused.
BGI Digital Forensics helps find and process digital evidence to support a broad range of case types:
Do not rely on cellphone "screenshots" as evidence or proof. This is not forensically sound evidence and will not me admitted in court.
BGI Staff is trained to collect forensic data from cellular devices. When information from a cellular device is to be used as evidence, you must obtain and preserve a forensic image of the device.
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Digital forensics evidence is a powerful tool for today's Professional Investigators. The scientific precision and accuracy of digital forensics can help prove or disprove a crime or alleged activity as surely as a DNA match.
Similar to DNA, the data found on various electronic devices can answer questions with a high degree of accuracy and certainty.
Text messages, emails, instant messages and images or videos are often associated with metadata. Metadata are the dates, times and other logged information relating to digital activity. By analyzing the hidden metadata on cellular phones, laptops and other devices, our forensics specialists can create a detailed timeline of activity and conversations.
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If you are going to use call logs, text messages, voicemails, photos, videos or other information from a digital device in court, you must get the phone to a digital forensics specialist for collection and preservation of the evidence. It will not be enough to bring paper copies of "screenshots" or the device itself to court.