We live in a world that is more connected than ever. It is estimated that there will be 75.44 billion connected devices worldwide by 2025, making forensic services a critical part of our lives.
Social Media Forensics
Social media has become the norm. There are more than 200 active social media sites and more than 800 sites that allow individuals to create an account and content postings. Facebook has over 1 billion users. There are more than 500 million tweets in one day. YouTube has more than 1 billion unique visitors each month. So how does social media play a role in investigations and court proceedings?
The demand for digital forensic examinations in criminal and civil investigations continues to increase, outpacing the ability for services to be provided in a timely manner for court room trials. Nationwide, the average backlog of law enforcement digital forensics laboratories is 1.5 to 2 years from the date of the request until the competition of the examination. Examination backlogs of this magnitude can lead to cases being lost in court due to the lack of a timely trial, evidence not being submitted for examination, and potential criminals continuing to victimize the innocent. Private companies like Bitstream Forensics can help make sure backlogs are avoided.
Vehicles today are highly complex networks of integrated technical systems that are capable of generating and storing massive amounts of data. These vehicles typically run over 70 computer systems, with approximately 150 million lines of coding, and can generate 25 GB per hour of data.
eDiscoverY& Corporate Forensics
Electronic Discovery (eDiscovery) is utilized in nearly all civil litigations, as well as in the corporate environment. The identification, preservation, and processing of electronic data for the preparation of courtroom testimony must adhere to the strict laws and standards that have been established. See how the experts at Bitstream Forensics can help with eDiscovery and expert witness testimony.
Data recovery is the process of retrieving inaccessible, lost, accidentally deleted, corrupted, damaged, or formatted data from storage media when the data that is stored cannot be accessed by a system in a normal way. Chances are, if you have found this page, you are worried that you have lost something that is important to you. Bitstream Forensics understands the loss of data can be catastrophic to business and individuals.
Have you been told your case is too complex, there are not enough resources, or your case would take too long to complete? Maybe you are an investigator that can benefit from additional sources of information. Bitstream Forensics can help you!
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