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Incident Response / On Site Data Collection

Situations involving on site imaging (producing a forensic copy of digital media) can develop or change quickly.  Intelligence may suggest two or three computers on the target site(s) but once accessed is gained, it is not unusual for the anticipated figures to be wide of the mark – either there are no computers or there are 20 or 30 hard drives to be imaged.

We can quickly mobilize additional resources to a site when required, or we are happy to offer you telephone advice and only attend the target site once entry has been gained and the need for digital forensics expertise positively established.  We are prepared to image the digital media on site, or move it to a nearby location (such as a hotel) for the imaging; we are flexible to enable us to meet your requirements.

We offer assistance with the wording when preparing a search and seize order and we will work with you during the execution of the search and seize order to help identify appropriate target media and the best approach for gathering the maximum amount of evidential material.