Data Recovery for Victims of the Ellicott City Flooding


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We were able to perform a full data recovery on these machines.

About two weeks ago, there was a terrible flood in Historic Ellicott City. The damage done by this record breaking flood was devastating and many businesses were destroyed. Many people have come together in the hopes of restoring the community, but it’s going to be a very long road. Atlantic Data Forensics is proud to be part of those efforts. Today we’re going to be talking about how we are helping the victims of the flood and how you can get the assistance you need if you were caught in the tides. Ready to learn more? Let’s take a look.

We’ve performed data recovery for those in need.

Computers and river water do not mix, as you can see in the photo. However, the data within the computer was of great value to the people of Craig Coyne Jewelers. Thankfully, we were able to extract 100% of the data from the damage hard drive.   We are working with Catherine Bedolla and Patrick Wynn of the Howard County Economic Development Authority to continue to restore the data for other business owners in the area. We are also doing it completely free of charge. So, if you own a business that was hurt by the flood we are more than willing to help you.

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This is what the building looked like after the flooding.

To get the help you need, please contact Catherine Bedolla to set up an appointment with us. Her information is below.

Catherine Bedolla

Business Development

Howard County Economic Development Authority




If you need the help of an experienced computer forensics experts, contact the team at Atlantic Data Forensicstoday. To find out more about how we can help in your data recovery, cybercrime, or e-discovery needs or if you need trusted expert testimony, simply request a consultation and we will be in touch. We are located in Maryland and in Michigan and we have the necessary licenses to get the job done on a national level. No matter where you go, we can help you.

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