28 Years of Service
McCann Investigations works with clients to gather digital evidence in a vast array of cases and practice areas. These areas involve complex civil, family and criminal cases and encompass multiple investigation techniques to provide a comprehensive case solutions.
McCann Investigators have been helping clients for 28 years in both law enforcement and in the private arenas. McCann Investigations has evolved through the years embracing technology as a means to gather evidence in cases such as fraud, intellectual property theft, non compete enforcement, family law and complex civil and criminal cases. Because McCann Investigators have diverse backgrounds in both law enforcement and in the private sector, they understand the complexity of business and how their practice areas can best serve clients when they have issues.
McCann also works in incident response for clients in data breach and privacy loss cases. McCann Investigators not only help clients to discover, document and halt a data breach, they also help to put protocol in place to prevent future intrusions. The compromise of a company's sensitive data can not only cause financial loss, it can have a long standing negative effect on the company's reputation.
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