Computer Forensics Consulting Services
The Leahy Center for Digital Investigation is a world-class digital forensics laboratory where select students from Champlain's undergraduate and graduate programs work alongside Champlain's digital forensics professionals on projects involving cybercrime, digital forensics and information assurance. The Center has clients from both the public and private sector.
Services provided by the Leahy Center include:
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Technical Assistance for Law Enforcement Professionals
For years a core focus of the LCDI has been, and remains, supporting Vermont state and local law enforcement. In that vein, the LCDI provides support to these agencies whether it be building a backup system for their SAN, designing a forensic field response vehicle, or determining how to best analyze the latest piece of technology encountered in an investigation.
Expert Analysis for Law Firms
In today's society technology plays a part in almost every crime. To ensure the digital data is properly examined, cataloged and interpreted in a prompt and cost-effective you need experts with the training and latest forensics technologies on your side. The LCDI is built to international standards, and has experts on its staff from all over the world and from a variety of backgrounds.
Organizational Investigations & Examinations
Almost every organization relies on technology to remain competitive in today's economy. Employers should protect themselves by having policies and procedures in place regarding the recording, storage and retrieval of digital records. Contact the LCDI and let our team help you create a clear cybersecurity plan. And, if it's too late and your organization is in need of assistance in determining if a crime has been committed internally, and just how deep it goes, we can assist you with that as well.
Research & Development
The LCDI team is always working on projects that lead to new or improved cyber investigations, forensic procedures or products. Recent research projects include developing acquisition methods for the Amazon Kindle and information security projects for the Vermont Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. All R&D endeavors are conducted by Champlain College faculty, staff and select, supervised students working at the LCDI.
Private Investigator Consultant
As a private investigator, odds are you will encounter digital evidence that needs recovering or interpreting. If you need help, the LCDI is here to offer your clients an added value service.
Security Operations Center
The LCDI has a Security Operations Center (SOC) consisting of students who use cybersecurity and digital forensics skills to create, build, maintain, and monitor systems internally for the LCDI and externally for clients to identify and respond to threats. In addition to this, the SOC team also researches methods of security improvement for the LCDI and its clients. This team puts forth proactive and reactive efforts that reinforce the infrastructure of the LCDI and external clients' digital security, and in turn prevents incidents or threats. The team is broken down into two areas of focus:
Network Operations Center
The Network Operations Center (NOC) deals with troubleshooting, software updates and distribution, router and domain management, and performance monitoring. It is also responsible for tracking infrastructure health, security, and capacity on a client's environment. The NOC team makes decisions and adjustments to ensure optimal network performance and organizational productivity.
Security Operations Services
The Security Operations Services (SecOps) is a team that provides security monitoring services for clients. It also works to analyze data to scan for threats and prepares to respond with necessary digital forensic and cybersecurity techniques. SecOps develops solutions to these potential security threats while also researching new and emerging technology that will benefit both the LCDI and its clients.
To learn more about the services we provide, or to discuss how we can assist you, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 865-5744.