Computer Forensics for Private Individuals

Computer forensics can be used for big, important criminal cases. High powered companies and professionals can hire computer forensic teams to unravel incidences of fraud, theft, and defamation.

On the other hand, computer forensics can be used for private individuals with only a modest budget. The term “Forensics” carries a lot of weight and can intimidate some people, but the truth is hiring a company like DMS doesn’t have to be any more intense than hiring a plumber or electrician.

How Private Citizens Use Computer Forensics

The average PC or MAC owner runs into technical problems a few times every year. The damage of these issues can range from inconvenient to catastrophic. People who store valuable information in regards to their work, family, or finances cannot afford to lose information or have their identities permanently stolen.

As such, the following are a handful of the most common reasons private citizens contact DMS for assistance:

  • Recovering photos, emails, and personal documents
  • Mirroring hard drives upon incidences of corruption
  • Investigating identity theft and compromised computer security
  • Securing evidence for defamation of character
  • Investigating domestic infidelity
  • Recovering data off of mobile devices

The list goes on! When a serious problems strikes, a professional forensic company like DMS can provide service and accountability unavailable from more casual IT and retail stores.

Why DMS is a Good Choice for You

When encountering computer problems many individuals think that a popular company like Best Buy, or a nephew who ‘knows computers’ may be the best choice. In average, everyday instances that may be the case. But in times of real electronic crisis it takes a professional to do the job right.

Don Stewart, owner and founder of DMS, has decades of law enforcement and forensic experience. He has on-the-job experience digging into difficult situations and finding solutions. Furthermore, Don works in a way that assures accountability, and should it be needed, he can act as an expert witness in a court of law.

The cost of DMS is less prohibitive than you might think. Depending on your needs the cost will change, so never assume you can’t afford professional assistance!

How to Reach Out to Us

If you think DMS might be right for you, reach out to us via phone: 484-955-5664 or utilize our online contact form. Consultations are always free of charge. We can help you decide which services might be right for you and what kind of cost may be associated with your needs.