ESI Chain of Custody

Ensuring that digital evidence can be admitted into a court of law requires experienced, diligent professionals who know how to ensure that standard best practices for ESI chain of custody have been effectively established and maintained. Forensicon knows the importance of validating electronic evidence at the point of intake and can help ensure the evidence is gathered, tracked and protected on its way to a court of law. Because this aspect of computer forensics is so important, Forensicon performs chain of custody services in accordance with accepted standard procedures for the jurisdiction.

Forensicon staff are trained in the intake of digital evidence and are able to testify in a court of law regarding their collection methodology if the circumstances so require.

Why turn to a copy shop to collect electronic data when you can have trained computer forensics experts manage your ESI collection at competitive prices? Forensicon is able to service your post collection needs with follow on data culling, export and production of ESI to popular litigation review platforms such as Concordance, Summation or Relativity.

Call Forensicon today at 888-427-5667 for a complimentary telephone consultation or contact us.


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