We will travel anywhere and forensically acquire data from most digital devices.
Digital Forensic Imaging creates a bit-for-bit clone of digital evidence, following legal chain of custody procedures that result in viable evidence that can be analyzed and used in court.
One absolute rule of forensic data is: Do not modify original electronic media. Therefore, an early step in the process of analyzing electronic evidence is making an exact replica, also known as a clone or a mirror image, of the media in question. This way, the original evidence is not compromised in any way,
but the analysis of the cloned data will carry the same weight as if it were performed on the original evidence.
There are several highly detailed technical and legal considerations for making an effective clone. Without expert knowledge of the technical process and legal requirements of digital forensic imaging, the evidence obtained will be useless. Therefore, you should always have an experienced, objective, and non-biased third party to handle this step for you.