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Important Notes

  • Our office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
  • Forensic investigations are nothing like C.S.I or Television, these cases are a process and can take time to investigate.
  • We will not hack into someone’s phone for you ( this is Illegal and a Felony). 
  • Devices will need to be shipped to our main forensic lab in FL to undergo analysis. 
  • Data is stored on the actual device itself we can’t  do a forensic investigation  of a device with just a phone number. 
  • You must be the device/ account owner or have the legal authority to analyze the account/device.

Pricing & Turnaround Time Questions?
See our Frequently asked Questions Below.

Thank you for contacting Elite Digital Forensics, we will be in touch within 24 hours. Please make sure to check your inbox and spam folder. Our normal business hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (EST).   If this is an Emergency Situation please call or text us at (833) 292-3733. 

Have Questions?

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does digital forensics cost?

The cost for digital forensics services can vary widely depending on the complexity of the case and the amount of devices or data involved. For more straightforward cases for everyday people or involving 1-2 devices, prices start as low as $1,500 per case. For more complex situations, such as enterprise-wide cyber breaches, costs can exceed $10,000.

Who do you serve?

We believe everyone should be able to get top elite digital forensic support. We provide services to everyday people, lawyers and law firms as well as businesses big and small.

How long does a digital forensics investigation take?

We strive to complete all cases within 30 days. However, the duration can vary depending on how much data is involved or if we are required to wait for third-party data. We always aim to keep you informed about the status of your case and any potential delays.

Can my evidence be used in court?

Yes, all the tools and equipment we use have been rigorously vetted through NIST tool testing to ensure that any evidence collected can be introduced in court with confidence.

Do you provide expert testimony?

Yes, we are subject experts in digital forensics and have extensive experience providing testimony in various legal proceedings. Our experts are well-equipped to support your case with credible, court-admissible evidence.

What are your business hours?

Our business hours are Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM (EST). During these hours, our team is available to assist you with any inquiries and provide updates on ongoing investigations.

Where are you located?

While we provide services across the country due to the remote nature of cyber forensic investigations, our corporate office and main forensic lab are located in Daytona Beach, FL.

Will I have to mail my device to you?

Yes, for most cases, we will need you to mail the device to our main lab for a forensic data extraction or to make a forensic copy of the data. We typically only need the actual device for a few business days and will mail it right back to you once this step is completed.

Do you offer remote data extractions?

Yes we can acquire data remotely but it requires some set up and is based on the specific device in question.

What are the steps invovled in Digital Forensics

Step 1: Forensic Data Extraction and Forensic Copy Creation The first and most important step in a cyber forensic investigation is the forensic data extraction, or the creation of a forensic copy of the data from the involved digital devices or cloud accounts. This critical step involves the use of specialized forensic tools designed to access and copy all data from devices such as cell phones, computers, or cloud accounts, including email and iCloud, among others. During this critical step our primary objective is to ensure that as much data as possible is meticulously extracted or copied without any alteration or manipulation. This process is executed in a forensically sound manner, which is crucial for maintaining the integrity of the evidence. The adherence to these stringent standards ensures that any evidence located during the data review in step 2 can be legitimately introduced in court if necessary. We understand being without your device can be difficult which is we try and complete this step as quickly as possible to get your device back you, usually within 5-7 business days. • Step 2: Data Review Once we have a forensic copy of all the data from the device or account, we use specialized forensic tools to parse and prepare the data for review. In this step all data is categorized and put into a user-friendly format for review by you, your legal team our or examiners. This is the step in which evidence is documented, reports are made and timelines are created. The duration of this step can extend to 30-45 days or more, contingent upon the number of accounts or devices involved and the volume of data associated with each. There are often hundreds of thousand of files on cell phones and sometimes millions of files on computers the time it takes to complete the data review step and vary significantly.