CDS Forensics Team Stats
CDS’s forensics team has worked on projects in all 50 states, in all EU member states, and in locations across six continents
The team has over 125 years of combined investigative experience
CDS is capable of complete or targeted collections from a full range of data sources
CDS’s forensics team has worked on projects in all 50 states, in 27 of the 28 EU member states, and in locations across six continents
The team has over 100 years of combined investigative experience
CDS is capable of complete OR targeted collections from a full range of data sources
CDS Forensic Services offers a comprehensive range of forensic collection, analysis, and advisory services. The team is capable of forensically sound and targeted acquisitions of nearly every form of data including mobile devices, cloud storage, and social media sites.
Our forensic experts provide highly specialized analysis for clients involved in matters of all degrees of sensitivity. Forensic analysis is particularly helpful in cases involving areas of serious contention including intellectual property theft, employer/employee breach of contract cases, or in cases involving employee misconduct. These specialized services are tailored to a client’s specific needs and are accomplished in a targeted and confidential manner.
CDS technicians are experienced in international and domestic data collections and examinations. Our investigators provide technical services and expert opinions to private corporations, government and intelligence agencies, and law firms. Members of the CDS forensics team have provided expert testimony in court cases.
In a conversation with CDS, Cody Breunig, privacy and digital forensics expert, discussed the importance of data protection and the role of a gatekeeper in ensuring the security of sensitive information at his organization.
Today’s expansive data source environments are much more complex, as is the regulatory environment driving decisions on compliance strategy. What steps can organizations take to prepare to handle the challenges of a dispersed, diversified data landscape in advance of any compliance requirement event?
After a data breach is discovered, notification becomes essential. Companies are under tremendous pressure to determine what data has been taken and who they must notify, sometimes in as little as 72 hours. That’s where eDiscovery expertise can make a key contribution.