(PRWEB) June 8, 2005
With over 90% of the worldÂs business documents being drafted on computers and the relentless use of e-mail, instant messaging and internet business by nearly everyone, much of todayÂs civil litigation evidence can be derived from computers. The computer forensic investigation team at Advanced Surveillance Group has mastered the skill of locating and recovering any and all relevant information or traces of same that may exist on a computer or storage device. This includes recovering items such as e-mails viewed but not ÂsavedÂ, websites visited, deleted documents, uninstalled software, etc. We are proud to say that if a piece of information exists on a computer or storage device, our forensic private investigators will be able to locate it and produce it for inclusion in evidence.
Originally just focusing on cases in Michigan, A.S.G. has grown and engaged clients in Chicago, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and beyond over the past year and expects to be adding to the computer forensics team shortly.
Paul Dank, Principal reports: ÂWe are really off to a great start this year. We have honed our skills and expertise in this area. Our investigators now have the ability to recover electronic evidence from any number of electronic devices, including computers, digital cameras, personal digital devices like a cell phone or black berry, fax machines and even digital answering machines.Â
All of our [computer forensic investigations are conducted in a forensically sound, court room tested manner, thus preserving the integrity associated with that piece of electronic evidence. As [licensed private detectives, we are in a far better position to find evidence, than the office I.T. guy or other companies, because we already have the investigative knowledge, training, and mindset. We have a multitude of court recognized software programs and tools to employ along with our vast experience in both the technological aspects as well as generally accepted investigation practices. This combination is vital to preventing any corruption of the evidence.
Not only do we provide the greatest depth of investigation, but we also offer the protection of our work product under the confidentiality laws, something that non-licensed computer professionals cannot.
If you are in need of a computer forensic evaluation to capture information off of a hard drive or other electronic device or simply require more information, we encourage you to visit our website at http://www.asginvestigations.com/computer_evidence_recovery/ or call one of our investigators for a free, completely confidential discussion of your case.
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