Deleted Is Not Really Deleted?

A commonly held adage in the field of digital forensics is that “Nothing is ever really deleted”.  A recent announcement by the Department of Justice regarding the missing Strzok/Page text messages completely supports that line of thinking.  In an article posted on the Fox News Channel website (Jake Gibson & … Read More

Cryptocurrency: Why Lost or Stolen Coins Must Be Documented

As the rise of the popularity of cryptocurrency barrels toward a paradigm shift in the economy, some traditional issues, as it relates to crypto being an asset, begin to surface. This includes the implications of your responsibilities when that asset is stolen or otherwise lost and unrecoverable. In 2014, the … Read More

The Cardinal Ruling

Although stealing signs has been commonplace in major league baseball for decades, the type of theft that occurred beginning January 2012 from the Houston Astros computer network was unprecedented in professional sports. The case began with the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigating allegations that a member of the St. Louis … Read More

Solicitation of a Minor

One of our forensic expert Nick’s toughest cases to date involves the sexual abuse of a minor. It serves as a warning to parents to keep a close eye on the people your children associate with, as well as a lesson on how to preserve evidence in any form of … Read More

Self Sabotage

Cases involving estranged or divorced spouses are always delicate. The situation only escalates when one of the parties worries the other is spying on them to gain leverage. Our forensic expert Brett handled a case involving a client who was convinced their estranged spouse put spyware on their mobile devices. … Read More

An Exclusive Look into the Anthony Weiner Scandal

Anthony Weiner: an ironic name befitting an iconic pervert. By now we’ve all been inundated with the articles and tabloids concerning his scandalous affairs, but his wrongdoing serves as a perfect cyber-criminal case study. Weiner’s latest scandal began in January when a 15-year-old girl engaged him in conversation over popular … Read More