Orbital Data Consulting (Orbital) was founded by Andrew Hunniford & William Odom in 2020. Andrew and William have over 35 combined years experience and they have worked on several high profile projects that have involved complex Digital Forensic, Data Privacy, eDiscovery & Data Governance issues. The company was built from scratch during the COVID-19 pandemic, which saw many organisations pivoting to support remote working capabilities. Orbital has been optimised to provide secure technology solutions that thrive in remote working environments.
There is no one button solution that can address every data analytics requirement. Every project has different objectives that must be addressed, which is why we are partnering with several leading software applications to bring a seamless experience to our clients. Our approach is truly software agnostic, we are doing the hard work of learning how all the software tools work so our clients don’t have to.
We work with law firms and businesses of all sizes. We are very experienced at interfacing with many of the leading global enforcement agencies. Our experts come from both in-house, corporate and 3rd party supplier backgrounds. Whilst we recognise that technology is important, many projects can experience issues due to poor project management and a lack of documentation. Our team has built industry leading processes to track tasks and manage risk all the way through the eDiscovery life-cycle.
We also provide assistance to other eDiscovery providers who do not have qualified personnel in a specific region. We can help your existing team to provide support in times of overflow or due to geographical restrictions.
Over the last 20 years we have used many forensic technology & discovery software tools and platforms. The Orbital team are involved in several User Acceptance Testing programmes for major forensic & eDiscovery software providers in order to improve the user experience.
Orbital will partner with you and provide you with sound and tested advice with your complex DFIR and eDiscovery needs.