Precision Digital Forensics

We deliver innovative solutions that help you address
today's digital forensic and eDiscovery challenges.
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CVE Certified

Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
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Enterprise Security Magazine

Top 10 Digital Forensics Solution Provider 2018
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Insight Magazine

The 10 Most Promising Enterprise Security Solution Providers 2019
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Government CIO Outlook

Top 10 Law Enforcement Solution Provider 2019
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Behind the Scenes

Pending Fall 2020 - Enterprise Security Solutions: Surrounding Digital Forensics

We make business better for you

Here at PDFI, we think “outside the box” and our strength lies in developing and delivering innovative solutions that address today's challenges; adding value to your operations, increasing your capabilities, and enhancing your ability to complete your mission.​

After working in the digital forensics industry for almost two decades, watching it change and grow out of control, and not seeing a similar evolution in offered solutions and services; our founder, retired Army CID Special Agent Clay Schilling, decided to create Precision Digital Forensics, Inc. (PDFI).​

His goal was to create an agile company that was able to flex with industry changes, grow as needed to meet demand, and provide innovative solutions to help our customers manage today’s ever-growing challenges associated with managing digital evidence, and collecting, preserving, processing, and analyzing data/electronically stored information.​

We apply our years of experience supporting the digital forensics community and our intimate knowledge of the industry’s pain points to develop innovative solutions that not only enhance digital evidence management but also improves examination methodologies that help reduce collection overages, improve processing turnaround times, and significantly reduce digital evidence backlogs.

Our Mission, Vision, and Values

To be the company that best understands and satisfies the digital forensics needs of our customers. This means being the best in terms of customer value, customer service, employee competence, innovation, and consistently providing impartial, accurate, and defensible solutions and services. To achieve this, the Company aims to continually invest in and improve its operations through reliably delivering timely, accurate, and thorough results, remaining compliant with industry accepted best practices and ISO accreditation standards, and continually improving its business processes through communication, education, innovation, and technology to provide the highest quality and best valued solutions and services on the market.
Precision Digital Forensics Logo

Our Logo

The Precision Digital Forensics name and logo represent our company founder’s heritage,

the legal community we support, and our commitment to providing the best solutions and services available.

  • The word “precision” represents the company’s high-quality, accurate, and defensible services and work products.
  • The words “digital forensics” represent the company’s primary mission, which is the recovery and investigation of data and information from digital devices.
  • The company’s logo was designed using a lower-case Bauhaus 93 font for its ties to our owner’s German heritage. 
  • The logo’s uncomplicated design represents the simplistic fundamental structured way in which our company addresses challenges and the work we perform.
  • The letters “p” and “i” are colored gold to represent a “gold standard” of excellence, which defines the high-quality services our company provides and the first pristine copy of a forensic image. The letters also represent the mathematical constant “pi”, which symbolizes the never ending and ever-changing growth of the technology and data we encounter.
  • The letters “d” and “f” are colored black to represent authority, power, stability, and strength; similar to the black robe of a judge.  The letters also represent the legal community and digital forensics market in which we work.
  • The "silver arc" symbolizes a spinning hard drive platter, and the lower-case “i” represents the hard drive’s central spindle and read/write arm.