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Center for Computer Forensics


The Center for Computer Forensics is no longer accepting cases.  Our objective with this website is to become a resource to the community at large. We hope to cover topics on Computer Forensics, Electronic Discovery and Electronic Evidence, Data Security and other topics that are of interest to the author. If you have any suggestions please send an e-mail to or complete the Contact Form.


Founded in 1987, the Center for Computer Forensics was an operation within the Data Recovery Group. In 2005, the Center for Computer Forensics became an independent company. We conducted examinations until 2014 when we decided to stop accepting cases.


Over time, as we build traffic we also hope to build a directory of relevant experts to help in the process.


Topics addressed include:


Computer Forensics

Computer forensics recovers data in a non-invasive way to make available ALL data including deleted files, fragments of files and temporary data from electronic media of all types. From data seizure and establishing/maintaining chains of custody, full examinations, to reporting and testifying, the Center for Computer Forensics examiners are highly trained in the defensible, court-proven methodologies used to handle data from the inception of a case to its conclusion.


Case Consulting

The Computer Forensics Expert can guide you around the pit-falls and problems that can arise and should be able manage issues such as:


  • Computer misuse in the workplace
  • Divorce
  • Employment disputes
  • Fraud
  • Hidden assets
  • Theft of trade secrets


Data Preservation

This is the first step in any litigation matter. It provides a snapshot in time of all types of data that will be culled to prove or disprove a claim, perhaps years in the future as a case develops and changes. From simply mapping the data on paper to determining where devices are physically located, to arriving on-site with specialized equipment, the Computer Forensics Expert can help you in all facets of data capture.



Electronic discovery provides a way to convert captured data from many formats into a single and searchable format to be used in a third-party review tool, or in an online repository.



In litigation, credentials are critical. Any expert you engage should be able to exhibit expertise and training in their field. Appropriate credentials will help ensure that the evidence presented will not be subject to no merit arguments in court.


Center for Computer Forensics

21800 Melrose Ave

Suite 1

Southfield, MI 48075

This website is not intended to provide legal or professional advice. The site is merely a starting point to learn about the topics listed. While we attempt to maintain current, complete and accurate information we accept no responsibility for errors or omissions.