Computer and IT Forensics
DFI Forensics


Our team combines a wide variety of training, experience, skill and knowledge with the best digital forensics and incident response tools to provide expert level results in every case.

Expertise is about more that what we know.  It’s about our desire and passion for our field that drives us to acquire the latest knowledge about cutting edge technology so that we are ready to answer new questions and meet every new case with the best solutions.

Expertise means we get it done right for you.


Providing a valuable service requires us to charge a fee but that doesn’t mean we can’t do so fairly.

We believe very strongly in the principle of certainty of costs which is why we strive to provide our clients with a written proposal and quote prior to engagement so that they can make an informed decision. 

If engaged on the basis of that quote, we don’t charge any more than that amount, regardless of the time spent to get the job done right.  

That is our commitment to you.


We are grateful for the opportunity to serve our clients and that is reflected in the service that we provide.

Taking a client-centered approach to all that we do has been the cornerstone of our success.  We care and it shows. 

Our client interactions are guided by a strong sense of integrity and our clients are given honest, expert advice from the outset so that they can make informed decisions regarding their case and our services and they remain updated and informed throughout all aspects of an investigation.

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Tyler Hatch B.A., LL.B.
Founder & CEO


Tyler was born and raised in suburban Vancouver, B.C., Canada.  Following a 6 year legal career that included representing clients in legal proceedings in Small Claims, Supreme Court and a variety of administrative tribunals in B.C., Tyler found his way into the fascinating world of digital forensics and never looked back.

After spending some time with a Vancouver-based digital forensics firm, Tyler had a desire to provide superior value and service to clients and formed DFI Forensics in July, 2018.

Tyler deals directly with clients and cares deeply about executing the vision for the company and ensuring that clients are well-informed, properly advised, get expert-level results and receive excellent value from DFI Forensics.

Tyler is a Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE) and a Certified Mobile Forensics Examiner (CMFE) and is always training and receiving education to further his knowledge and understanding of computer forensics, IT forensics, digital forensics, cyber security and incident response.

Tyler is a frequent contributor of written articles to various legal and digital forensics publications, including,, eForensics Magazine and Digital Forensics Magazine

Education | Certifications

Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (2019)

Certified Mobile Forensics Examiner (2019)

Certified Blacklight Examiner (2019)

Digital Forensics | Infosec Institute (2018)

Called to the bar in British Columbia (2004 – 2010)

LL.B. (Law Degree) University of Manitoba (2003)

B.A. (Criminology) Simon Fraser University (2000)

Juseop Lim, M.Sc. (Forensic Computing), M.Cybersecurity
Senior Digital Forensics Examiner

Juseop Lim DFI Forensics


Juseop Lim is an internationally, high-level and experienced professional with advanced knowledge in Digital Forensic, eDiscovery and Cyber Security.

Juseop is an organized, detail-oriented, and conscientious self-starter, able to strategize and prioritize effectively to accomplish multiple tasks and stay calm under pressure.

He is a team player who is attentive to detail and able to work in a fast-paced environment and enjoys learning new techniques and cases. 

Education | Certifications

Master of Cybersecurity, New York Institute of Technology (Vancouver) – 2019

Certified eDiscovery Specialist – 2018

EnCase Certified Forensic Examiner – 2010

Master of Forensic Computing, City University of New York – 2008