Digital Forensics and Missing Persons Specialists – Private Investigators2018-10-09T18:57:54+00:00

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Allegiant Investigations offers private investigation services to individuals, businesses and legal firms.  We treat each case with the utmost level of professionalism and discretion.  You can count on our private investigators to secure the information you need.


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Digital Forensics

Our experts provide assistance in the identification, preservation, and analysis of all forms of electronic data residing on cellular devices, computers, servers, video, and web storage systems.–learn more–

Missing Persons / Missing Kids / Runaway / Lost Heir

Allegiant Investigations is the premiere missing persons investigation team in North Texas. We have a 100% success rate, having located over 50 missing persons / runaways.  –learn more–
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Allegiant Investigations and our investigators are proud to maintain memberships, security and forensics certifications, and strong working relationships with the following:


  • The International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS)
  • National Council of Investigation and Security Services (NCISS)
  • InfraGard (FBI-Civilian group for cyber security)
  • Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
  • IEEE Computer Society
  • American College of Forensic Examiners
  • ISACA (Security Auditing)
  • Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • ACM Software Engineering Special Interest Group

Security and Forensics Certifications

  • CIW Certified Security Analyst
  • EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker
  • EC Council Certified Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI)
  • EC Council Certified Security Administrator (ECSA)
  • EC Council Certified Encryption Specialist (ECES)
  • EC Council Certified Instructor
  • CISSP – Certified Information Systems Professional
  • ISSAP – Certified Information Systems Architect
  • CCFP – Certified Cyber Forensics Professional
  • Certified Criminal Investigator – American College of Forensic Examiners ACFEI
  • Forensic Examination of CCTV Digital VTR Surveillance Recording Equipment – ACFEI
  • Oxygen Phone Forensics Certified
  • Access Data Certified Examiner (ACE)
  • OSForensics Certified Examiner

Working Relationships – Social Impact Organizations

  • 4theONE Foundation – Dedicated to finding each ONE. Missing. Exploited. Trafficked
  • Traffick911 – Freeing youth from sex trafficking
  • Poiema Foundation – Fighting sex trafficking through education and awareness training


The Latest From Our Blog

Hacking and Penetration Testing course being taught by Chuck Easttom

Chuck Easttom, Allegiant Investigation's lead cyber forensics investigator, will be teaching a Hacking and Penetration Testing course June 19-29, 2017, at Collin College Courtyard Campus. For more information, go to https://vssb.collin.edu/PROD/bwckschd.p_disp_detail_sched?term_in=201774&crn_in=77246.

How to determine if a Cyber Stalking threat is serious

How do you determine whether to take a threat seriously? The key is to look for four factors: Credibility. This is rather easy to determine. For a threat to be credible, there must be some reasonable expectation that it could be carried out. For example, suppose a woman in Nebraska [...]

Real Cyber Stalking Cases

The following real-world cases illustrate the problem of cyber stalking. Examining the facts in these cases might help you to get an idea of what legally constitutes cyber stalking: Case 1: An honors graduate from the University of San Diego terrorized five female university students over the Internet for more [...]

Do you need to be a PI to do Forensics?

Do you need a private investigators license to practice forensics in Texas? Well in many cases yes.  If, for example, you are directly securing evidence and analyzing said evidence, then yes you do.  However there are exceptions. Frequently I am asked to render an expert opinion in court cases regarding [...]