Expert Witness Testimony
Present or Refute Electronic Evidence In Court
If your company is required to present or refute electronic evidence in a court of law, our experts at Digital4nx Group will take the stand on your behalf to explain our professional investigation process and report findings.
When sharing electronic evidence during a case, it is always essential that any judge, jury, opposing counsel, and our client's team clearly understands the undisputable evidence obtained from the digital forensic examination.
Our Digital4nx Group, Ltd. Professionals are:
- Former law enforcement officers and agents
- Licensed private investigators
- Digital forensics and Cyber Security specialists
- As well as industry veterans
We are experienced in taking the stand to provide reliable, clear, concise and professional expert witness testimony in court, while ensuring the results of our digital examinations are completely understandable to both technical and non-technical people.
The type of digital forensic matters we focus on include a vast range of crimes facilitated by computers, such as: Data theft, Restricted Covenant & Non-Compete, Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, Theft of IP, Commercial Litigation, Embezzlement, Bankruptcy, FINRA/SEC/HIPAA Inspections or Violations, Securities Fraud, Matrimonial Related Matters, White Collar Crime, and many more… For over a decade, we have advised countless clients and handled various types of litigation and legal disputes in these areas, across State and Federal courts.
Once evidence is successfully extracted from an electronic device during a digital forensic examination, a judge, jury, opposing counsel and our client's legal team must completely understand the evidence obtained.
Digital4nx Group provides clear, concise, and professional pre and post litigation support for plaintiffs and defendants, including expert witness testimony, both in and out of federal and state court. We draw upon experience from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, which include former law enforcement officers and agents, licensed private investigators, digital forensics and cyber security specialists and industry veterans.
The volume of data captured by organizations is growing at ever increasing rates. The challenge is extracting value from all this data in a secure manner that is cost-effective and easy to understand.
Digital4nx has partnered our hosting infrastructure in an ultra-secure, state-of-the-art SAS 70 Type II Certified Data Center (US) facility designed to meet SOX, HIPAA, Safe Harbor Compliant and SAS 70 requirements. With powerful software tools at your fingertips, and one of our subject matter experts guiding your next steps, you can now save time and money when reviewing your documents for relevancy and privilege.
If you suspect a rogue employee or other ill-intentioned person has illegally misused or accessed your data in an unauthorized way, we urge you to have Digital4nx Group perform an Early Case Assessment on the digital information in question.
Whether the perpetrator installed a malicious program, copied or deleted critical files, accessed information without permission, or in any way modified data from a shared or company directory (corporate server), Digital4nx Group will help you identify and analyze the servers, hard drives, phones, or other electronic device types you suspect may have been involved to commit a computer crime against you or your company.
There are no surprises. We develop long-term relationships with our clients, approaching each engagement with a focus on bringing value.
We believe that Cyber Security is NOT an IT issue, but a business risk issue!
Digital4nx Group is focused on assisting our clients in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Frequently Asked Questions
It is essential that once evidence is extracted, a judge, jury, opposing counsel and our client's team completely understand the evidence obtained from the digital forensic examination. In today's litigious world, the translators of digital information win.
We call it a "Digital Autopsy", which is using proprietary methods and various technology tools to recover active and deleted information off computer systems and other electronic devices. The best practices insure the proper identification, preservation, analysis, and interpretation of electronically stored information. Digital evidence can be text messages, emails, internet history including web email, cloud based storage devices, social media sites, navigation equipment, IoT (Internet of Things) devices and much more.
It depends on type of device, number of devices, what is being sought (smoking guns), etc. It generally can range from $2500.00 and up.
Digital forensics can support the forensic accounting efforts in a case. For example, we could provide the various deleted versions of their accounting systems, we can conduct searches and provide deleted files which "hit" on those search terms, we can provide the web sites accessed which may be financially related, and where a subpoena may reveal more information to be helpful.