The Gillware Digital Forensics experts use their skills and knowledge to retell these stories to our clients, including:
- Legal firms requiring digital forensics during civil or criminal litigation
- Law enforcement seeking evidence in criminal investigations
- Corporations needing forensics during employment disputes, data theft,
employee exit, or compliance sititations
- All other entities in need of digital forensics services
WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU?
Digital forensics requires a vast range of knowledge, skills, and experience. At Gillware, Cindy Murphy, an ex-detective and icon in the forensics industry, leads a team of computer engineers, mechanical engineers, computer scientists that can handle even the most challenging digital forensics scenarios.
Even before litigation, preservation of evidence is a necessity. Currently, devices can be remotely wiped, lost, or maliciously altered. A forensic image is an exact bit for bit copy of a device. A forensic image preserves all artifacts that may be used as evidence in future litigation.
HDD/SSD/SD Card/Flash Drive Forensics
Any digital storage device can be a source for digital evidence. Regardless of the condition of the device and if the data was deleted or not, Gillware forensic specialists have the capabilities to perform an analysis on the device and report on the contents and origin of the data.
Ransomware and other viruses/malware can cause major damage to business operations. At Gillware, our forensic technicians can often times recover the lost data, as well, as provide a report about the type of ransomware and the extent of the damage to provide to your cyber security insurance company.
All of our cases start with a free consultation. Typically the consultation consists of about a 30 minute phone call to discuss the situation and see if digital forensics services should be used. After the consultation, if you decide to use our services, we will provide you with a shipping label to send the device(s) to us.
In instances where further analysis is required, Gillware will create a full forensic report. Prior to beginning this report, you will be provided with a statement of work with details on the analysis that will be performed and an estimate of the hours and cost. The work itself will include an in-depth processing of the data, a peer-reviewed formal forensic report, and consultation with a forensic examiner to walk through the results. Upon completion, Gillware will return the report along with the extracted data back to you. With Gillware’s tiered process, personal consultation, and experienced team of professionals, you can rest assured that your case will be completed on time, within budget, and with the greatest chance of success.
Gillware will provide you with a written report specific to your case. We will draw your attention to important pieces of information and make sure you have gotten the result you needed from our work. Once we provide the report, you will again have the opportunity to discuss the results with us to make sure everything is understood clearly.
Though many cases will not require expert testimony, it is often the most important component for those that do. Comprehensive forensic reports are only useful in the courtroom so long as there is an expert present that is capable of clearly communicating the results. Technical confusion should not be a factor in the outcome of a case and to prevent this, Gillware is able to provide expert testimony as needed.
Our forensic experts are here to help.
At Gillware, we provide digital forensics, data recovery, and e-discovery services word wide with a personal touch. Typically, the person you talk to during your free consultation, is the expert that is going to be doing that forensic analysis work. This creates continuity in the process and leads to faster and more accurate results.
We can help you
Gillware has the expertise required to handle even the most difficult cases.
In early 2016, Gillware Digital Forensics was created to fully utilize Gillware's mobile recovery capabilities while also expanding service to law enforcement agencies, law firms and corporations.
With her 30+ years as a law enforcement officer and 17+ years working in Digital and Mobile Forensics, Cindy Murphy is well-known in the industry for her deep knowledge of the field, her many years of experience and for solving new and difficult problems on a consistent basis. As President of Gillware Digital Forensics, Cindy oversees the entire operation. From the procedures and quality assurance measures employed in the processing of every case to her work with our engineering team on advanced forensic tools and techniques, Cindy ensures that Gillware remains at the forefront of the digital forensics industry.
As Chief Executive Officer of Gillware Digital Forensics, Scott is responsible for managing and forming key industry relationships as well as overseeing the long-term growth of the organization.
Director of Product Development
Nathan Little graduated from University of Wisconsin College of Engineering with a BS in Computer Engineering in 2013. At Gillware, Nathan specializes in digital forensics and e-discovery software development and leads the e-discovery team.