Electronic Discovery

Electronic discovery (sometimes known as e-discovery, ediscovery, eDiscovery, or e-Discovery) is the electronic aspect of identifying, collecting and producing electronically stored information (ESI) in response to a request for production in a law suit or investigation. ESI includes, but is not limited to, emails, documents, presentations, databases, voicemail, audio and video files, social media, and web sites. This firm can provide:
  • Forensic Analysis of Servers, Desktop and Laptop PC's
  • Forensic Analysis of Windows, Mac OS X and Linux Filesystems
  • Forensic Analysis of Cloud-based Applications and Data
  • Litigation Hold Notices
  • Requests for Production of Electronically Stored Information
  • Interrogatories Related to Electronically Stored Information
  • Sanctions for the Spoliation of Electronically Stored Information
What to Look for in a Forensics Expert

This is a presentation about computer forensics expert witnesses, and what you should look for in one. This presentation was made on May 9, 2017 as part of a web video recording at the State Bar of Texas studios.

Computer Forensics - Tracking the Hacker

Presented at a webinar for the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) on November 17, 2015. There was a panel of three individuals who covered how to detect a hacker, how to find the hacker, and then what to do about it. My focus was on the latter of the three, and in particular what evidence do you need to collect in order to make a case against the hacker.

What Your Client Wants from a Forensics Expert

Presented to the "Introduction to Computer Forensics" class at the University of Houston on February 15, 2014. The focus of this presentation was to inform students (future forensic examiners) as to what attorneys were looking for in a forensics expert, and to inform the students of the legal rules of evidence and how those rules would affect their investigations.