Burgess Forensics -Specialists in Computer Forensics, Electronic Discovery, Expert Witness, Data Recovery Since 1985
World-renowned leaders in the recovery of data from disk drives, diskettes, and other media. Burgess Computer Forensics knows all documents begin on a computer - a rich source for discovery. We begin with forensic imaging, finding hidden, deleted and corrupted files, images, email, Internet and file histories. Burgess explains results and computer technology in terms understood by layperson, judge and jury. Mr. Burgess has written and spoken widely and contributed the comprehensive Computer Forensics section to recently-released "Scientific Evidence in Civil and Criminal Cases, 5th Ed." by Moenssens, et al.
Digital and electronic media, forensic and evidentiary processes
Computer forensics cases nationwide, testified as expert witness in many courts
Digital discovery, e-discovery, electronic discovery
Email and email address recovery
File and image recovery
Internet history recovery and Internet activity analysis
Spyware and malware analysis
Criminal defense work
Project Management Our cases have included: Employment Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, Software Design, Pornography, Child Pornography, Fraud, Military, Law Enforcement, Computer Crime, Harassment, Litigation Support, Embezzlement, Contract Dispute, Security Issues, Murder, Traffic Violation, Class Action, Product Liability, Patent Dispute, Stock Manipulation, American Indian, Medical Devices, Tax Evasion, Surveillance, Manufacturing, Public Works, Sabotage, Immigration, Mobile / Cell Phone, Smart Phones, PDAs, Public Education, Real Estate, Wrongful Termination, Labor Dispute, Insurance, Architecture, Stock Pricing, Stock Ownership and many more.
It was a grey October day, the kind of day when a guy likes to cozy up next to a bank of servers to keep warm, when the Teacher first called me. "They think I'm nuts" were the words emanating from the phone. Well, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you. I sat up and went to my desk, away from the noisy fans cooling off all those Gigahertzes. "What's the problem, Miss?"The young woman explained that she was a not-yet-tenured teacher in a New England (greyer there than here) high school with a problem. Seems that a student in one of her classes was repeating things in the classroom that she had uttered only the night
A student asked me an interesting question today, regarding what I foresee in the field of computer forensics in the coming years: 5, 10, & 50. Having not thought about it before , my answers surprised me a bit.
In the privacy of our studies, offices, libraries, or wherever it is we have our computers, it may seem that we are alone, with no one looking over our shoulders. But every document we draft, every step through the Internet we take, is creating tracks through the digital environment in our computers