Digital Forensics

Digital Forensics Solutions


Forensic Discovery

  • Networks and Computer Hard Drives (internal/external) 
  • Handheld devices including Phones and GPS Devices
  • Activities on Storage Devices (e.g. USB) 
  • Digital Cameras
  • Encrypted Devices and Files
  • Documents and Photos

Investigative Analysis

  • Social Media Accounts 
  • Contacts, Notes, Images, Calendars, SMS, MMS 
  • File System Corruption 
  • Program Recovery and Access 
  • Web Browser History and Artifacts 
  • Calendar Information 
  • Email (POP3, Cloud-based, etc.) 
  • Deleted Files 
  • Database Information 
  • Comprehensive Forensics Laboratory with secure locked access 
  • Commercially Available Digital Forensics  
  • Hardware and Software Tools

Cybersecurity Team Members

Avinash Srinivasan

Director of Cyber-Ops & Forensics Solutions

Dr. Avinash Srinivasan holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science, as well as a Master’s in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s in Industrial Engineering.  Dr. Srinivasan has held numerous academic jobs since 2008:  Bloomsburg University (2008-2011), George Mason University (2012-2014), Temple University (2014-2018), United States Coast Guard Academy (2018-2019), and is currently an adjunct professor at Penn State University.  His research interests span the broad areas of cybersecurity and forensics. In particular, his research focuses on network security and forensics, security and forensics in cyber physical systems, and critical infrastructure, steganography and information hiding, cloud computing forensics challenges, and privacy and anonymity. Dr. Srinivasan has administered several grants from agencies including DoD, DoEd, DoJ, DHS, and NSF. Currently, he is the PI and the technical lead on. DoD/Navy SBIR Phase-II grant focusing on building live-forensics capabilities for Machinery Control Systems. He has published about 50 papers in prestigious refereed conferences and journals including IEEE INFOCOM, ICDCS, and ACM SAC. Dr. Srinivasan is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and has trained both law enforcement officers and civilians in security and forensics topics.

Steven Bergin

Digital Forensics Examiner

Steve has over 13 years of combined experience in the Information Technology field with the United States Air Force and the Federal Bureau of Investigation – Philadelphia Division.

Steve worked as a Digital Forensics Examiner at the Philadelphia RCFL located in Radnor, PA and Network Administrator for the Technical surveillance squad for the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) Philadelphia division.  Prior to his time with the FBI, Steve served with the United States Air Force in the roles that covered Help Desk Customer Support and Network Systems Administration with the 104th Communications squadron in Westfield, Massachusetts.  He also served on active duty for 5 years with the United States Navy, stationed in Long Beach, CA where he was honorably discharged after the first Persian Gulf war.

Steve holds degrees from the Community College of the Air Force in Information Systems, a bachelor’s degree from Liberty University in Communications, and a certificate in Digital Forensics from Champlain College.  He is also currently completing his master’s degree in digital forensics from Champlain College.