Computer Forensics Cybercrime is now one of the top three priorities
of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation. The fact is that high-tech crime has steadily become a common occurrence, and electronic evidence is becoming an
increasingly crucial factor in convicting suspected lawbreakers. A single byte of data can literally mean the difference between freedom and a prison cell for an
offender, or the difference between an organization paying you civilly for damages and you being stuck with a major financial loss. In cases where a spouse is suspected
of cheating, obtaining an answer about what is really going on through the process of forensic analysis can mean the difference between peace of mind and continual
mental anguish for the spouse who suspects their partner of cheating on them. Knowing for certain, even if the news is not good, is far better than not knowing.
Securing data evidence is a critical step in many modern cases, but acquisition can often be a difficult process. Data can be easily corrupted. Sometimes, the simple
act of turning a computer on or off can destroy vital information. Gathering electronic evidence should be left to an experienced computer forensics specialist. The
Conley Group is in the forefront of the industry. Our team of highly qualified experts has in-depth knowledge of computer systems and architecture, and can safely
extract evidence from almost any system, even data that has been previously deleted or hidden. In addition, The Conley Group can support your case in court with expert
witness testimony, and help you establish procedures to keep computer fraud from ever happening again.
The Conley Group understands the risks that corporations and individuals alike face, and our computer forensics experts can help you control your level of
susceptibility, avoid costly lawsuits and get the answers you need. We will help you develop procedures that will hold employees responsible for the information they
transmit, reduce abuse of company systems, and prevent intellectual property loss. Let us protect you today so you do not become one of the growing numbers of
organizations who are now victims of cybercrime.
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