In traditional forensics, a transfer is made anytime one object comes into contact with another. This scientific method is also applied to the modern interconnected global landscape of information systems. When you need to identify valuable data elements on systems suspected of being compromised on a device or virtual environment – the proverbial "needle in a haystack" – Verizon Terremark's Investigative Response (IR) experts can help.
We are versed in government/provincial legal requirements for digital forensics investigations, and continue to lead the industry with best practices. Our Data Breach Investigations Report is a testament to our investigations, and in past three years the United States Secret Service partnered with us to publish an unrivaled report.
Digital Forensics Lab Facilities Where You Do Business
IR operates computer forensic laboratories in seven strategically located countries around the globe, in Asia-Pacific, the Americas, and Europe/the Middle East. Each lab consists of a Field Analysis Environment, digital and physical protected storage facilities, supporting eDiscovery, digital forensics, computer incident response, and IT investigative engagements. Our global forensics lab infrastructure supports data processing from gigabytes to multi-terabytes, facilitating secure evidence handling practices based on applicable data privacy laws, private investigation guidelines, and other requirements.