Evidence is located on computer device and in order to extract that data, clients will need a fully licensed third party to ensure that the evidence is collected in a forensically sound manner
Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
McCann Investigations, a Texas-based computer forensics and private investigations firm, is pleased to announce the launch of a newly designed website that highlights multiple investigative services. McCann Investigations new website was designed to provide the client with an emphasis on user experience. The website focuses on McCann’s solutions by providing concise information about cases and the tools used in computer forensics and private investigations. Clients will find the website easy to navigate with comprehensive information without confusing text overload. The website reflects McCann’s solutions and services at first glance so that visitors will know exactly who McCann Investigations is and what they do.
The increased use of mobile devices including smart phones and tablet devices makes it imperative that company websites be optimized for mobile viewing. Rather than create a new separate mobile site, the McCann website utilizes new design tools that allow for the resolution to automatically adjust depending upon the device type.
McCann Investigations provides computer forensics, digital debugging, network breach detection and remediation as well as traditional private investigations. McCann Investigations computer forensics division provides digital services to law firms, private and public businesses as well as to individuals in various case types such as family law, bankruptcy, fraud and embezzlement. In addition to computer forensics services, McCann Investigations utilizes traditional private investigations tools such as background investigations, surveillance and undercover work.
“We are a one-source solution for our clients investigative needs.” says Daniel Weiss, Managing Partner at McCann Investigations. “The majority of our investigations have an electronic component to them. Evidence is located on computer device and in order to extract that data, clients will need a fully licensed third party to ensure that the evidence is collected in a forensically sound manner.” continued Weiss.
McCann Investigations traditional private investigative services emphasize corporate intelligence and due diligence for private equity firms as well as other companies who conduct business transactions that require extensive background investigations. Not performing comprehensive background investigations prior to a merger, acquisition or partnership can result in dire consequences should they unwittingly involve themselves with serial fraudsters posing as legitimate business executives.
McCann's Comprehensive Background Investigations include:
- Secretary of State Filings for a Corporation
- Determination of all Owners and Officers for a Corporation
- Criminal Background Checks of all Individuals Associated with Corporation
- Civil Background Checks of Individuals Associated with Corporation
- Social Media Footprint for Individuals
About McCann Investigations:
Call us toll-free at 800-713-7670
McCann's reach is extensive reaching domestically and globally. For over four decades, McCann's electronic discovery and computer forensics experts have held senior public and private sector positions in security and in law enforcement. McCann has local, national, and international resources and the experience of seasoned investigators to find out "the truth".
McCann Investigations is a full service private investigations firm that specializes in computer forensics (including mobile device forensics), digital debugging, network breach detection and remediation as well as traditional private investigations such as under cover work, surveillance and comprehensive background investigations.
McCann Investigations works with law firms, public and private companies, financial companies and individuals with cases such as divorce, child custody, fraud, embezzlement, digital debugging, intellectual property theft and network breach.