The Data Analysis Process

A Process for Data Analysis

Through data acquisition, data assessment, data culling and data analysis, our digital investigators determine what data has been compromised and determine the extent to which it was compromised. In a time-sensitive situation, our IT forensics experts can gather crucial evidence to assist you in analyzing your case in a timely manner. As an experienced electronic discovery team and forensic computer analyst, our team at Powerhouse Forensics collects and preserves data in the event of a breach using a variety of electronic discovery processes. With an intuitive and efficient user interface and scalable, enterprise grade technology, our Enterprise Review System makes it easy to review projects of any size. This system allows users to:

  1. Minimal training is required to get the system up and running within minutes.

  2. Do not focus on complex functionality but rather on electronic discovery documents.

  3. You can review TIFF, Native, and PDF files.

  4. Functionality for searching with key words and full-text.

  5. Create custom tags to capture and collaborate on content.

  6. Using advanced culling filters, reduce electronic information volume quickly.

  7. With Unicode and foreign language support, you can search and manage files in any language.

  8. Multiple formats can be created for litigation, audits, and investigations.

How Do We Conduct Forensic Analysis?

In addition to thinking ahead of the crisis, our digital investigators at Powerhouse Forensics always enhance your company’s security during a data breach by being one step ahead of the crisis. The IT forensics specialists at our firm have the experience to interpret the findings into a comprehensive report that can be presented in court, following all federal and state regulations for analyzing electronically stored information. Contact us today to get started!

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Gary Huestis Powerhouse Forensics

Gary Huestis

Gary Huestis is the Owner and Director of Powerhouse Forensics. Gary is a licensed Private Investigator, a Certified Data Recovery Professional (CDRP), and a Member of InfraGard. Gary has performed hundreds of forensic investigations on a large array of cases. Cases have included Intellectual Property Theft, Non-Compete Enforcement, Disputes in Mergers and Acquisitions, Identification of Data Centric Assets, Criminal Charges, and network damage assessment. Gary has been the lead investigator in over 200+ cases that have been before the courts. Gary's work has been featured in the New York Post and Fox News.
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