12 Jun

When Is It Time To Call in Digital Forensics

With the proliferation of the worlds largest network, namely the Internet, our reliance on technology has become even greater. A networked device is now intrinsic to our way of life and the role of Information Technology has expanded into almost every facet of day to day life.

The more devices the larger your fingerprint can be and your local IT Technician is now involved more so than ever in HR issues or security issues. All departments will consult with IT or a related party for instances where information needs to be found out, or evidence gathered, data recovered or even following up on a complaint.

This is where Digital Forensics comes into play: the gathering of sound digital forensic data that can be presented either in court or for internal investigations. Can anyone present digitally captured data to court? The short answer is no and the best company to go with is one with experience and the correct accreditation. Keep in mind evidence can get thrown out of court so you don’t want to gamble on a rookie so to speak.

It’s not all gloom and doom and court rooms since your Digital Forensic company also comes into play when that dreaded event occurs as it often does and that is the loss of data. Either a flash drive or a hard drive has crashed and sometimes data is erased in error. An entire Coca-Cola plant can burn down, be no real loss and rebuilt. However think about losing the hard drive with that all important recipe for the classic soda. Just a few lines of text gone and no matter how many plants you rebuild they are all ineffective. Such is the value of data in 2019.

Forensic data can be held on many devices across the spectrum ranging from mobile phones to CCTV systems to email servers. Who did what? When did it happen? Can we achieve non-repudiation? What was the data on that device ? All these questions can potentially be answered in Digital Forensics.


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14 Feb

Love Bytes 2015

Love Bytes

3 Tech Tips for Couples

Advice from Digital Forensic Investigators

Valentine’s Day is an extremely popular day to celebrate your love with a proposal. An American Express survey found that 6 million couples are likely to get engaged on February 14th.

Before you pop open the champagne bottle and FaceTime your Mom, take a minute to discuss how you feel about having kids, where you will spend Thanksgiving as a couple and how you would handle Social Media and Device Access Preferences in your relationship and home. 

In 2014, 25% of the cases we analyzed were divorce and infidelity based. In the initial case assessment we categorize the digital nature of the relationship prior to the breakdown, this gives us the information we need to establish online behavior regarding infidelity, banking and finances.

With this statistic in mind, my advice for newlyweds would be to set the ground rules for;

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29 Jul

Press Release July 2014

Forensic DataTRACK – Unleashing Weapon against Cyber Crime in the Work Place

July 18, 2014
For immediate release
Contact: Eliya Azoulay (888) 335-3888, ext. 119

Las Vegas digital forensics firm releases new weapon in fight against digital security breaches
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13 Jul
20 Feb

Expert analyzes video of Sands Corp. hack

Interview with Digital Forensic Expert Investigator, Leon Mare of Expert Data Forensics

 Expert analyzes video of Sands Corp. hack

Posted: Feb 18, 2014 10:25 PM PST

Updated: Feb 19, 2014 7:56 AM PST

Written by Ashley Conroy – bio | email

Leon Mare, an investigator with Expert Data Forensics, was shocked to see the level of information to which the hacker had access.

“If you’ve got a domain administrator, and the domain administrator has got the main routes throughout the whole organization, it means he is actually like God on their network,” he said.

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29 Oct

Press Release October 2009

Computer Data Forensics Specialists offer New Name and Release Monthly Newsletter

By Expert Data Forensics

Dated: October 1st, 2009

The Only Private Investigator Licensed Computer Firm in the state of Nevada

Las Vegas – After being granted a private investigators license, the Vegas IT Techs computer firm has changed its focus and is now concentrating more on sciences of Computer & Data forensics. They are dedicated to helping businesses and individuals obtain electronic forensics needed for personal or legal reasons. It is the first computer forensics firm to be licensed in Nevada. With a new d/b/a Expert Data Forensics in the state, more cases can be solved involving the retrieval of electronic data.

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11 Feb
11 Feb

Computer Forensics and Family Law

Tel: 888-355-3888
eForensic Focus


The use of a Computer Forensics Expert can be extremely effective in building and collating evidence in family law matters such as:   divorce cases with larger estates, complicated businesses, real estate holdings or cases with multi-jurisdictional assets, proving/disproving parental competence or harassment.  Most cases of custody and visitation have been solved or modified because of computer evidence recovered by a Computer Forensics Expert. Experts assist attorneys in the recovery of financial information,   decryption of passwords, recovery of instant messages and archived data.

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10 Feb

Strategic Alliance Program

Expert Data Forensics (EDF) Strategic Alliance Program (SAP)

Detailed Outline

Our Goal:

We are aggressively expanding our business operations by setting up new Forensic Recovery & Analysis Centers around the states. We want to work closely with other industry related companies who would like to become authorized “SAP Representatives”.

Who qualifies to be an authorized SAP Representative?

A company/individual who matches the criteria of “Related Industry”
A company/individual who has an existing/established customer base that can benefit from our services
A company/individual who wants to seamlessly add our services to their existing service list as a unique selling point and added value to their clients.

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10 Feb

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