Corporate Resume

We are experts in all facets of computer forensics.

From individual PCs to Enterprise-Class Systems to private individuals to government agencies and worldwide corporations. Our team is experienced in identifying, recovering, and analyzing electronic evidence in order to prove what happened, when it happened, how it happened and who was involved.

Computer Forensics

Computer Forensics of Boston’s scope of expertise in computer forensics investigations includes:

  • Employee sabotage
  • Intrusion detection
  • Falsification of company records
  • Asset tracking
  • Violations or breech of company policy
  • Vendor information (key contacts, contract rates, expiration dates)
  • Employee lists (names, addresses, social security numbers)
  • Embezzlement (money or plans)
  • Credit card (cloning or theft) identity theft
  • Software piracy
  • Sexual harassment via e-mail, instant messaging and other forms of electronic communications
  • Monitoring employee activity
  • Recovery of deleted files
  • Lost password recovery and cracking of locked files
  • Discovery of hidden and deleted e-mails and pictures
  • Internet usage and unauthorized software installed on a company machine
  • Removal of viruses, pictures, software and other data items which may be hidden from the user
  • Providing expert witness testimony on behalf of clients

Electronic Discovery

In the area of electronic discovery, Computer Forensics of Boston has taken on the following roles:

  • Lead expert and consultant for consumer class-action law suit against American Express. Fields of expertise for this action include analysis of airline reservation systems architecture, real-time transactions, and mainframe database systems.
  • Consultant in the fields of complex credit card transactions systems and drop box deposit systems analysis for shareholders’ class-action suit against Bank One Corporation.
  • Database systems analyst for complex class-action suit against multiple oil and gas company defendants. Lead data custodian for massive amounts of anticipated discovery related information.
  • Accounting systems specialist and technical consultant for franchisee class-action law suit against major real estate corporation, Cendant, Inc.
  • Lead expert for magnetic tape media and legacy mail system analysis
  • Consultants for multiple plaintiff attorneys, each with separate actions against major technology firm, Lernout and Hauspie and its bankers and underwriters for securities fraud claims.

Digital Forensic Examinations

In the area of digital forensic examinations, Computer Forensics of Boston has performed in the following roles:

  • Co-lead examiners for major pharmaceutical diversion and counterfeit investigation, in cooperation with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office and the Federal Food and Drug Administration. The investigation included hundreds of gigabytes of digital evidence and thousands of pages of paper evidence requiring manual inspection of data at hex levels using forensic techniques and deep knowledge of file systems.
  • Co-lead examiner for the Department of Securities and Insurance Regulation for investigation regarding large insurance company. Included on-site inspection of distributed data systems, workflow process, and electronic accounting control systems.
  • Lead examiner for investigation of officers and staff of medium-sized public financial company for fraudulent activities involving expense accounts and corporate issued credit cards.
  • In cooperation with Federal Marshals, lead examiner on investigation regarding a ring of counterfeit products in the commercial and retail brand name clothing markets. Acted as custodian for all seized systems and head investigations coordinator for digital investigations in multiple U.S. geographic locations.

Case History

Computer Forensics of Boston’s legal experts have consulted on a number of cases, including

  • Holland v. Motown Record Corp., et al
  • Hoffman v. American Express
  • Travel Related Services Co., et al
  • Baker, et al v. KMPG, LLP, et al
  • Nisselson v. Lernout, et al
  • Frank K. Cooper Real Estate #1, Inc. v. Cendant Corporation, et al
  • In Re Old Banc One Shareholders Securities Litigation
  • Schilowitz v. D.H. Blair, et al
  • Gottdiener v. D.H. Blair, et al
  • Brainstorms Internet Marketing, Inc. v. USA Networks, Inc., et al
  • People of Florida v. Maglutta, et al
  • Douse v. Quick & Reilly

Our Technical Background and Skills

Computer Forensics of Boston was founded to fill a gap in the growing electronic discovery and network forensics market. Today, Computer Forensics of Boston assists attorneys with major class action suits and in complex litigation. They act as the leading forensic responders to several Fortune 100 companies.

A Snapshot of Our Technical and Commercial Background

Bell Labs, file system design for embedded systems and Unix

Performed engineering duties in the Research and Development Facility in New Jersey and acted as a corporate liaison in Germany troubleshooting for clients worldwide. Specialized in government contracts and technology transfers of high end communications and military systems with a specialty in real time systems. Work included the design and development of the Terrain Tracking Radar Systems for the Joint Navy Air force Tomahawk Missile Project with E-Systems. Also responsible for security analysis of systems involved in the storage of classified information. During that time, held TS – SA Clearance.

Founded Consolidated Software Products, Inc. of New York

Founded in 1985, the company developed software libraries that allowed applications to manage and coordinate massive amounts of data in real-time for analysis and visualization. The technology is still in use in the SAABER System developed for American Airlines, at the time the largest real time system in the world. Also developed the first PC-based Data Recovery Utility with RAID Capability for the National Geological Survey, which was successfully marketed in the private industry and is still in use today. Designed security enforcement protocols and systems for Military Grade Communications including Cryptographic Recovery Code.

Founded The Learning Curve, Inc. Clearwater, Florida

The company met the growing commercial demand for high-end data recovery and error correction code based products for large scale data warehousing systems, technical education products and security-related systems. The company was sold in 1996 and the technology and methodologies are still in use.

Our Programming and Analysis Skills

COBOL, COBOL II, DB2, CICS, VSAM, TSO/ISPF, ROSCOE, MICRO FOCUS, Basic, Fortran, SQL, SQL/400, RPG, Pascal, C (all flavors), Assembler, ISPF, PL1 IMS/TSO/CLISTS/JCL/ JCLJes2/3,IMS, MVS, ACF2 Mainframe Security DFHSM, SPUFI,BMC Load Plus, ACF2 Rumba, EDA, CLISTS FOCUS, TSO/MVS/ Focus, Oracle, ACF2 Security, CA-Spool, Boole & Babbage, Endeavor, BMC Computer Associates Tools, Compuware FILEAID, SAS, CHAMP, PANVALET – Tools VMSECURE, VM-CYPHER, MFD/MFS Full Screen Display, SAS, PeopleSoft, and others on mainframe and I386 based servers and their respective operating systems and hardware.


At Computer Forensics of Boston, we have over 50 years of experience in the technology and legal fields. From law firms of all sizes to Fortune 500 companies, our experts have assisted clients in all facets of litigation, including electronic evidence discovery matters and expert testimony on a wide array of technology issues. Computer Forensics of Boston has satellite locations throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.

Our corporate rate schedule is available upon request.

We encourage you to contact us today at 1-800-868-8189 / (508) 205 9821 oremail us to discuss your needs in more detail. All information will be kept strictly confidential.

Computer Forensics of Boston, proudly serving the greater Boston metropolitan area and worldwide.