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Choosing a Computer Forensics Specialist

When you require the services of a computer forensics specialist, don't be afraid to shop around. There are an increasing number of people who claim to be experts in the field. Look very carefully at the level of experience of the individuals involved (not just the company). There is far more to proper computer forensic analysis than the ability to retrieve data, especially when a case could go to court.

The bottom line is you will be retaining the services of an individual who will likely be called to testify in court to explain what he or she did to the computer and its data. The court will want to hear about that individual's own level of training and experience, not the experience of their employer. The experience should be specifically in computer forensics, not just in computer science or information technology, as skill with computers does not necessarily translate to forensic expertise. Make sure you find someone who not only has the expertise and experience, but who will stand up to the scrutiny and pressure of cross examination. Talk to references who have seen the individual testifying in court and/or depositions.

 

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