Forensic Data Services & Analytics
Advances in technology have produced many advantages. Unfortunately, technology has also created new risks and the potential for unlawful activity. Critical evidence often is stored within computers, servers and other electronic devices. In addition, obtaining and analyzing large volumes of electronic data to find the information you need can be expensive and time consuming, especially when it involves a variety of computer systems across multiple locations. Critical evidence can be overlooked if investigators don’t have a thorough understanding of the underlying information technology systems. You may need assistance to overcome these challenges. Specialists can help you save time and money, and ultimately improve your likelihood of obtaining vital pieces of information.
Our forensic specialists bring the right combination of investigative, legal, information technology, and business expertise to our clients. We understand that the information systems and the organizations supporting the financial and operational data come with varied levels of sophistication and complexity. We know what questions to ask and of whom. We know that finding the correct data, often dispersed among numerous infrastructure and applications can be challenging. This data is sometimes legacy, outsourced, and/or high-volume.
Our specialists know how to locate, unearth, as well as reconcile and transform data into meaningful and workable information. Standard analytics applied during our projects include core metrics used to identify relationships, outlying data, and trends. Statistical sampling and various data mining techniques are also used to help form the basis for the design of models and calculations used in further analyses. Our experiences in this area cover a wide variety of disputes and investigations across multiple industries. The results we achieve help our clients obtain the information they need to make effective decisions. This provides our clients with the ability to share the right information with other interested parties including expert witnesses, courts, corporate and outside counsel, and senior management.