directions | email us >
computer forensic labs logo computer forensic labs





  • It is not sufficient to merely have the technical skills to locate evidence on computer media. A strict chain of custody and documentation needs to be established during the evidence gathering process. Our computer forensics experts fully document all computer hardware, create an evidence file clone of the computer media, and generate an MD5 hash value that will verify the data is not altered during the examination. Our computer forensics experts gather all evidence and ensure that it is preserved in its original form. At Computer Forensic Labs, Inc. our forensic team is one of the most experienced well trained teams in the United States.
  • The investigators at Computer Forensic Labs, Inc. are trained in computer forensic methodology. A variety of computer forensics software tools are used to preserve, process, and document computer evidence. We can provide experienced expert witness testimony needed for today’s cyber crime activities.
  • At Computer Forensic Labs, Inc. our internal computer forensics capabilities meet potential legal challenges as well as the ever-changing field of technology.
  • At Computer Forensic Labs, Inc. your forensic case is fully secured and completely confidential.

Did you know that

  • Deleted computer files can be recovered even after a hard drive is reformatted or repartitioned?
  • Forensic analysis can reveal what web sites have been visited and what files have been downloaded?
  • Forensic analysis can reveal what documents have been sent to the printer even if it was a document printed directly from a floppy disk?
  • Forensic analysis can reveal when files were last accessed or when files were deleted?
  • Forensic analysis can reveal attempts to fabricate or hide evidence?
  • In many instances, encrypted files can be decrypted?
  • Forensic analysis can reveal deleted e-mail even if a web based e-mail server was used like Yahoo, MSN, or Hotmail.
computer forensic footer

Phone: 303-500-7200 | Copyright 2012 Computer Forensic Labs, Inc.