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Data Collection

Altlaw provides technological expertise in Data collection, legal scanning and photocopying. With years

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Data Collection

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  1. Data Collection Forensics Collection & Investigation

  2. Forensics Collection & Investigation • Data Collection: An often neglected area in the litigation process is the efficient and traceable collection and recovery of client data. Crucial to this process is ensuring that all data is collected and handled correctly. • Altlaw’s certified computer forensic investigators can travel worldwide for autonomous defensible Data Collection. • Any type of evidence collection method available, from open data stop orders, to covert monitoring or data capture • Data collected from any electronic device and any storage medium • All procedures follow a Silver Platter Doctrine standard, in line with law enforcement procedures. • Full Chain of Custody is available from project start to finish, ensuring zero risk against data spoilation

  3. Computer forensics collection and investigation: Using these techniques, clients can be confident that absolutely everything has been considered, right from the very beginning. • Deleted files are recovered, user-created protected data is revealed and file encryption is cracked • Computer investigation is backed up with full Chain of Custody and a defensible expert witness statement • Once the forensic investigation is complete, clients have a clear, complete and accurate picture of exactly what took place, when, on any one piece of electronic equipment – and who was responsible for doing it

  4. eDisclosure: If there is no need for Early Case Assessment, clients can proceed straight to Electronic Data Disclosure oreDisclosure. This is a vital step that adds valuable structure to data files, enabling easy analysis at the review stage. The metadata is extracted from each file and the main text of the document saved in a separate database. These documents can then be sorted by date, subject, title etc so that everything is in a structure and format that makes it very easy to search.

  5. Thank You For more information visit on: altlaw.co.uk

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