Much like his counterparts on TVâ€™s â€œCSIâ€ or â€œLaw & Order,â€ Darren Miller ferrets out forensic information in pursuit of justice. But unlike his fictional colleagues who work for prosecutors, Miller and his ISA Forensics team work mostly with defense attorneys, looking for exculpatory and incriminating evidence that will help or hurt their clients. Their crime scene: computers, tapes, disks and other data devices. Using the same sophisticated techniques, processes and programs as a government agency, Miller unravels a computerâ€™s 1s and 0s to reveal just what keys someone clicked and the data trail left behind on the hard drive…
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