Pulse forensics specializes in the collection, preservation, extraction, analysis and presentation of electronically stored information (ESI) on a wide range of devices, including computers and cell phones.
In short — We get data of gadgets to prepare or present it for court.
Areas of Expertise
We work in the areas of:
- Computer forensics.
- Cell phone forensics.
- Incident pre-planning
- Risk Assessment.
- Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP).
- Business Impact Analysis (BIA).
- Business Continuity Planning (BCP).
- Incident response.
- Data backup.
- Data recovery.
- Litigation support.
- Subpoena Preparation.
- Technical Document Review.
- Expert witness testimony.
- Other technical issues – feel free to Contact Us.
Who We Serve
We work with (and have worked with) individuals, businesses, law enforcement, corporations, private investigators, law firms and government organizations.
Types of Cases
The types of projects and cases we have worked on run the gambit. We have worked case involving:
- Domestic violence.
- Stalking and harassment.
- Small claims.
- Theft of Intellectual Property.
- Insurance claims.
- Fatality and Injury accidents.
- Missing Persons.
- Child pornography.
- Wrongful Death.
Pulse Forensics is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We have completed projects all over Oklahoma and the surrounding states. Some of the cities we have completed projects include Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Wichita, Ft Smith, Little Rock, and Joplin. We’ve even gone as far as California and Las Vegas. We are willing to travel anywhere to get the job done.
Digital forensics projects can be complicated to scope out. Services and pricing is simple and easy to follow with our standard price sheet. It includes a per device fee for initial collection and presevation and a hourly rate for extraction, analysis, reporting and presentation. We use the price sheet to customize a bid or estimate for a project. Please Contact Us for a free consultation or bid.
All projects are handled by highly qualified individuals. Our owner, Mark Davis earned his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Tulsa in 2009, and is proud to be serving the Tulsa area since 2001.