Industry Leading Technology Firm Digital Forensics Corporation (DFC) Relocates New Headquarter to Warrensville Heights
City of Warrensville Heights
Digital Forensics Corp. (“DFC”), a dynamic North American leader in the growing field of digital forensics, has moved into its new headquarters at 4400 Renaissance Parkway. The company purchased the building to relocate 50 mid-level jobs and invested $1M of improvements and technology upgrades to the existing building.
DFC was first founded in 2009. They work with corporations, attorneys, private investigators and various individuals across the country and internationally to uncover digital evidence in support of their civil, criminal and business investigations. Our specialty is extracting and analyzing digital evidence from computers, phones and other electronic devices.
- DFC experts respond to data breaches, ransomware and other cyberattacks.
- We help victims of cyber harassment and online blackmail.
- Our company performs network and website penetration tests to help clients bolster their IT security and infrastructure.
- We perform data recovery on anything from a single smartphone to a large corporate RAID array.
- We assist with many common investigations, such as missing persons, audiovisual forensics, divorce cases and much more.
Digital Forensics Corp.’s state-of-the-art clean room facilities and cutting-edge forensic software ensures that vital evidence is preserved in accordance with forensic procedures and work product is presented in a form intended for use in legal proceedings.
“We’re still experience new business growth and expansion in the technology and manufacturing industries. I am excited to welcome DFC to “The Friendly City” said Jerome DuVal, Community & Economic Development Director. The company will establish paid summer internship and training opportunities for Warrensville Heights High School students.
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