The many years, hundreds of cases and billions of records CEG has worked on have resulted in adept utilization of numerous methods to perform data analysis.
What is Data Analysis?
The process of evaluating data using analytical and logical reasoning to examine each component of the data provided. Data from various sources is gathered, reviewed, and then analyzed to form some sort of finding, conclusion or opinion.
CEG's Data Analysis
At CEG, we can take a maze of mountains of data and turn it into a logical theory, we read and communicate the story data is carrying and put it in writing and testimony, supported by facts and legal basis.
Telephone Call Logs
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Records
Sales Lead Files
Insurance Companies Databases
Credit Card Transactions
Medical Systems Information
Data is data regardless of its origin and CEG can help clients untangle webs of information. If there are missing data points, CEG’s investigative team researches and appends those missing pieces, including but not limited to current or historical:
Wireless Telephone Status Indentification
National Do Not Call Registry (NDNCR)
Internal Do Not Call Registry (IDNCR)
Business v Residential v Government Telephone Status
Name, Address, Email, etc. Append
USPS National Change of Address
Email Append & Validation
"Wrong Number" Caller Identification
Date of Birth Append
Credit Card to Bank Relationship
Automated Audio File Transcription
CEG's Technical Expertise
When it comes to real-time data processing and batch, CEG has done it all -- from forensically encrypted data, even mainframe to .SQL, MySQL, proprietary systems, Oracle Linux, Microsoft Azure, Amazon We Services, Google BigQuery, to many other relevant file formats.
In Addition, CEG’s experience and expertise includes, but is not limited to:
Operating Systems Solaris, Solaris 10TX, OpenSolaris, Linux, Hewlett-Packard Unix (HP-UX), Advanced Interactive eXecutive (AIX), Microsoft Windows
Platforms, Systems, Software Architecture J2EE, WebServices, Representational State Transfer (REST)
Open source relational database management system (RDBMS) Access, Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL, DB2