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  • Digital Forensics / Cyber Forensics, eDiscovery, Forensic Data Recovery, Expert Witness

    Expert in Digital Forensics / Cyber Forensics, eDiscovery, Forensic Data Recovery, Expert Witness Testimony; Mr. Chuck Easttom Our Digital Forensics, Forensic File Recovery and eDiscovery services are directed by one of the most highly qualified Digital Forensics and Computer Science experts in Texas. Mr. Easttom is an expert in Forensic Science, Computer Forensics, Mobile Forensics, [...] The pos...

  • How to determine if a Cyber Stalking threat is serious

    How do you determine whether to take a threat seriously? The key is to look for four factors: Credibility. This is rather easy to determine. For a threat to be credible, there must be some reasonable expectation that it could be carried out. For example, suppose a woman in Nebraska is on an Internet discussion [...] The post How to determine if a Cyber Stalking threat is serious appeared first on ...

  • Real Cyber Stalking Cases

    The following real-world cases illustrate the problem of cyber stalking. Examining the facts in these cases might help you to get an idea of what legally constitutes cyber stalking: Case 1: An honors graduate from the University of San Diego terrorized five female university students over the Internet for more than a year. The victims [...] The post Real Cyber Stalking Cases appeared first on Alle...

  • Do you need to be a PI to do Forensics?

    Do you need a private investigators license to practice forensics in Texas? Well in many cases yes.  If, for example, you are directly securing evidence and analyzing said evidence, then yes you do.  However there are exceptions. Frequently I am asked to render an expert opinion in court cases regarding forensic procedures.  According to the [...] The post Do you need to be a PI to do Forensics? a...

  • To Certify or Not To Certify….that is the question

    The debate rages on year after year. Are certifications worth it? Pick any certification you like and type into Google “Is XXX certification worth it”. Half the answers you find will tell you that this particular certification is the Holy Grail of learning and the other half will tell you it is a waste of [...] The post To Certify or Not To Certify….that is the question appeared first on Allegiant...

  • Simple security measures that work very well

    Concerns over ransomeware locking you out of sensitive files and a host of malware infecting your critical systems seem to have everyone scrambling for effective answers. I think many are missing some very simple steps that can be quite effective. I work from a home office, where I have several systems (for testing, various projects, [...] The post Simple security measures that work very well appe...

  • What makes a cyber security professional?

    One problem we have today, with the attention to cyber security, is that everyone wants to get into the game. And frankly there are all too many 'security professionals' and even 'security companies' that simply don't have sufficient skills.  So what makes a good security professional? Here is what I consider the most basic skillset: [...] The post What makes a cyber security professional? appeare...

  • Cyber Stalking

    While cyber stalking and harassment are relatively new, real-world stalking has received a growing amount of attention in the past few years. The primary reason for this is that stalking has often been a prelude to violent acts, including sexual assault and homicide. Most states have long since passed a variety of anti-stalking laws; this [...] The post Cyber Stalking appeared first on Allegiant I...

  • Writing a Forensics / Expert Report

    Introduction The purpose of this paper is to provide guidance in writing forensics reports. Many training courses concentrate on training the forensic examiner in specific tools or techniques. The writing of the report is either not mentioned or is given very little attention. Unfortunately many forensic examiners, both in law enforcement and in private practice, [...] The post Writing a Forensics...

  • The Expert Witness Follies

    I have now been working from time to time as an expert witness for over 11 years. I have worked on major intellectual property cases, forensics cases, and a few criminal cases. In that time, I have seen other expert witnesses make some significant errors. Without mentioning specific individuals, cases, or parties (for obvious reasons) [...] The post The Expert Witness Follies appeared first on All...

  • The flaw in modern cyber forensics

    There is no question that cyber forensics is a hot topic. Cell phone forensics, PC forensics, and other device forensics is a hot topic. Not only are more and more law enforcement agencies getting their own forensics detectives and labs, but more private firms are involved in forensics now. And there are some amazing tools. [...] The post The flaw in modern cyber forensics appeared first on Allegi...

  • Recording A Spouse To Prove Adultery May Be A Felony

      Recording A Spouse To Prove Adultery By Lance Dutton of Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor Adultery is a difficult topic and is something that can be a great burden on a household. Spouses that suspect adultery often attempt to catch their significant other in the act to use as evidence during a divorce. The laws regarding [...] The post Recording A Spouse To Prove Adultery May Be A Felony appeared fi...

  • How To Find the Right Lawyer for You

    There is no shortage of lawyers. And the more successful you become, the more time -- and money -- you’ll spend with yours. So hire one you like -- professional chemistry counts. As a rule of thumb, if your stomach clenches each time your lawyer’s name pops up on caller ID, you have the wrong [...] The post How To Find the Right Lawyer for You appeared first on Allegiant Investigations - Dallas Pr...

  • Divorce Mediation – Child Custody Mediation

    The very nature of a courtroom tends to amplify the win-lose battle oriented language and emotions, that can cause long-term damage to a family. Mothers and fathers need to remember, family is not dissolved when the marriage ends. Who your children are today, and who they will be as adults, is greatly affected by the [...] The post Divorce Mediation – Child Custody Mediation appeared first on Alle...

  • The Rise of the Single Dad

    More than 2.6 million households in America are headed by a single father. CAROLINE KITCHENER, FEB 24 2014, 10:00 AM ET - The Atlantic When his son, Kyle, was four months old, Stefan Malliet woke up to his crying at three o’clock in the morning. Stefan tried to figure out what was wrong—Kyle wasn’t hungry, his [...] The post The Rise of the Single Dad appeared first on Allegiant Investigations - D...

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