E-Discovery 

Electronic discovery is also known as e-discovery, ediscovery, eDiscovery, or e-Discovery. The purpose of eDiscovery is to identify, collect, verify and produce digitally or electronically stored information. The typical information obtained, is emails, documents, presentations, databases, voicemail, audio and video files, text messages, social media, and web sites. However, in addition to computers and mobile phones, different pieces of information can be collected from many other sources such as; GPS, Dash Cams, Vehicle Infotainment Systems, Drones, IoT Devices, Physical Fitness Devices, Security Digital Device Recorders and among many other types of Devices.

Many times this information is usually collected pursuant to a court order for use within a lawsuit or criminal activity. Identifying, collecting, analyzing and preserving electronic/digital evidence can be vital to a case especially if electronic/digital evidence is the only evidence.

National Digital Forensics Forensic Examiners have the experience, training and industry standard Licensed Forensic Tools to collect electronic/digital data on any type of case that may be potentially utilized as evidence.