Transforming information into intelligence
When you need to provide the who, what and when in investigations and other complex, high-risk situations, PwC can help. We use forensic technologies and AI-driven analytical techniques to analyze your information and provide you with the answers you need.
You know the world grows more complex, data-saturated and multipolar by minute—with fraud, corruption, regulations and enforcement all growing. At the same time, your organization’s critical information is exchanged and stored in increasingly decentralized ways—from computers and servers to mobile devices, cloud storage and the internet of things (IoT).
This explosion of data creates significant risks. So ask yourself: when critical issues arise—and time is of the essence—could you quickly collect and analyze your current and historical data to resolve the situation?
We understand. We’re here to support you, both here and across the globe. Every day PwC’s Digital Forensics and eDiscovery professionals help our clients navigate the legal and business processes mandated by critical events—such as disputes, enforcement matters, cyber breaches, investigations, litigation and whistleblower allegations. We help you plan for and anticipate expectations, garner insight from your data—and make informed decisions under pressure. That’s what we mean by clarity and confidence in crisis.
What potential developments might impact Digital Forensics and eDiscovery over the next 3-5 years? PwC Forensics Partner Eric Matrejek explains the current environment and outlook on DFeD.
Principal, US Forensics Leader, PwC US
Partner, PwC US
Partner, PwC US
Tel: +1 (415) 498 7506
Principal, PwC US
Principal, East Region Forensic Data Analytics Leader, PwC US
Tel: +1 (703) 918 1509