Individuals and businesses continue to embrace the digital evolution.  This results in a continued need to enhance the methods used to investigate questionable cyber activity, and the overall approach needed to identify, preserve, examine, and succinctly present evidence from mobile devices, computers, networks and digital environments.

Our digital forensic and investigation services are used to address many situations including cyber breaches, corporate espionage, intellectual property theft, fraud, HR matters and insider trading.  We can provide support at any stage of the investigative lifecycle.

Clients We Work With

We love working with all kinds of clients. Here's who we hear from most often...

Building the case.

Building the case.

Law Firms

Lawyers have diverse client bases who all have unique needs. We provide the right support and make sense of digital evidence for all types of litigation.

Years of testimony experience has taught us to treat every case as if it were going to trial. We know what it takes to build a strong, thorough case so you can focus on what you need to. 

Finding the facts.

Finding the facts.


Organizations regularly have to address challenging security-related matters, from internal fraud and identity theft to breach attempts and corporate espionage.

Hexigent understands the corporate landscape and we're here to help you dig through digital evidence to find the facts you need.

Easing the pressure.

Easing the pressure.

Law Enforcement

Many policing agencies are forced to rely on a small team to deal with the ever increasing and diverse amount of digital evidence associated with criminal matters. 

We have years of experience with law enforcement and understand the issues facing digital forensic bureaus and how these affect entire policing agencies.  

Our methods are proven, reliable, and repeatable.

Most of our digital investigation work involves four steps



We collaborate with you to determine relevant sources of data for your investigation, the most efficient ways to obtain the evidence, and the key parameters to look for during our analysis.



Creating a copy of data is not the same as forensic preservation. Using digital forensic tools, we preserve and safeguard data by creating a verified copy of the original.



We process the preserved data to identify evidence, and uncover what really happened. Our analysis allows us to piece together the digital fingerprints left behind.



We can present our findings in a variety of ways ranging from a basic report, to preparation for court proceedings and subsequent testimony.