Delex Digital Discovery (DDD) provides a wide range of world-class computer forensic (digital forensic) expert services to law firms, corporations, governments and
law enforcement agencies in the United States and overseas regarding:
- Computer forensics investigation services
- Incident response
- Civil litigation (eDiscovery, eDiscovery preservation)
- Preservation of ESI (electronically stored information)
- Investigative response
- Internal, criminal and internet investigations
- Computer forensic expert witness testimony
- Computer forensics and e-Discovery consultation
DDD’s team of renowned digital forensic (computer forensic) experts guarantees unsurpassed service to our clients. Our impressive experience in computer forensics guarantees you the most rigorous forensic methodologies in order to identify, preserve, retrieve, authenticate, analyze and document digital evidence for use in legal and/or administrative proceedings.
Because digital evidence is highly volatile and easily lost or corrupted, DDD responds swiftly and effectively with the essential computer forensic expert skill sets needed to manage even the most complex, contentious, sensitive matter and to contain costs. We utilize a range of industry-standard software and hardware tools to ensure that you do not risk losing valuable data critical to your investigation.
DDD operates a state of the art digital forensics laboratory that follows internationally accepted forensic best practices. All items under examination are securely stored to prevent cross contamination. DDD also incorporates a facility that carries a Secret-level security clearance.
Electronic discovery is now a critical component in regulatory compliance,
litigation, and corporate investigations. Electronic discovery is no longer
something that businesses can ignore. The need to keep pace with challenging
regulatory and technology issues fuels the demand for electronic discovery
Furthermore, Electronic Data Discovery (EDD) requirements have complicated the
efforts of attorneys and clients alike. As a result, countless EDD service
providers have emerged, offering solutions to challenges now imposed upon
litigants. When entrusting data to a third-party provider, organizations must
consider the provider’s integrity as well as its capabilities.
Delex Systems Incorporated, a worldwide supplier of information technology,
program management, modeling/simulation and training, now extends its solutions
to organizations encumbered by EDD. Delex "completes" partnerships by offering
the key component commonly missing in attorney/client EDD: investigative
expertise. Delex assures law firms and their clients: uncompromised data
integrity; superior investigative practices; digital forensics expertise;
competent "first-pass" reviews; proven chain-of-custody oversight; top-level
security clearances; and credible expert witnessing.
Organizations must be able to trust the insight, practices and judgment of their
service providers. Having withstood the rigors and met the requirements of
federal investigations, Delex offers a foundation of integrity on which
meaningful partnerships, as well as excellence in EDD, may be established.
Electronically Stored Information Consulting
Recent changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) now make it
necessary for corporations and their counsel to know where data is stored, how
accessible it is, and what difficulties your company may face if required to
Delex has over thirty years of experience in helping customers in designing and
implementing information storage technologies. Our vast experience in the areas
of collection, analysis, evaluation, interpretation, and production of
information in conjunction with our experienced electronic discovery
professionals can now assist our customers in preparing for when the need
arises to respond to a request for information.
Our experts will work with your attorneys and IT specialists to prepare for the inevitable demand for production of information.
Our experts will work with your attorneys and IT specialists to prepare for the
inevitable demand for production of information.
Contact Mr. Sandy Clark, 703-734-8300 for more information; email firstname.lastname@example.org