Tri-Tech Forensics, Inc. has launched a new digital forensic services division for law enforcement agencies, law firms, and corporate professionals who need timely and professional support with digital evidence. The division will be known as Tri-Tech Forensics Discovery.
Tri-Tech Forensics, a leader in the design and marketing of digital evidence collection kits, will now complement its digital product offering by providing clients with support in the following four areas: computer forensics, mobile forensics, data preservation, and legal consultation. These resources offer a comprehensive and confidential approach for acquiring, analyzing, and reporting digital data that can be presented as evidence during court procedures and litigation.
"Our customers are increasingly seeking resources to assist with the digital evidence collection process," said Mr. James Seidel, Chief Executive Officer of Tri-Tech Forensics. "The creation of Tri-Tech Forensics Discovery is a direct result of listening to our customers’ needs. We are committed to continuing to evolve as a leading provider of forensic solutions."
Mr. Chuck Gilpin, with over 20 years of digital forensics investigative experience and as a retired Special Agent, will lead the new division as the Director of Digital Forensic Services. He has served as a Special Agent for the U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service, the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Criminal Investigation Division. Prior to joining the Tri-Tech Forensics team, Mr. Gilpin worked at Branch Banking and Trust Corporation (BB&T Bank) as the Information Security Supervisor for their Digital Forensics and E-Discovery Team. He is a qualified Expert Witness and will supervise all case reviews at Tri-Tech Forensics Discovery.
Tri-Tech Forensics will host an open house event on Thursday, April 21st at the main office in Southport, North Carolina. Guests will be able to meet with the Director and other team members. The new digital forensics suite used for storing and securing case materials will be open for guests to view. Beverages and light hor d’oeuvres will be available. For more information, contact Troy Vasos firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-457-6600.