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What is a fraud examiner?

Fraud is a criminal offence, which involves doing an act by saying that you are someone you are not. For example, if you were to make a bank transaction as somebody else, that would be fraudulent. Fraud can also refer to forging people’s signatures or even the fraudster stating that they are somebody else on … Continue reading What is a fraud examiner?

An Attorney’s Guide of Choosing a Criminal Defense Investigator in Dallas

If you find yourself as the subject of a police investigation, it’s important to avail yourself of the services of the best criminal defense investigator Dallas has to offer. Your defense investigator will play a crucial role in gathering digital forensics which could be vital in proving your innocence. This ultimately means that you can … Continue reading An Attorney’s Guide of Choosing a Criminal Defense Investigator in Dallas

The use of computer forensics in private investigations

Computers (and the way they connect us) are arguably one of the greatest achievements of mankind. However, there is also a somewhat dark side to connectivity – one which most everyday users would find abhorrent. Computers can be used to commit fraud, to deal illegal or contraband goods/services, to exploit vulnerable people and harass innocent … Continue reading The use of computer forensics in private investigations

How computer forensics is used to tackle blackmail and harassment

In an age of seemingly limitless connectivity, people all over the world now have the ability to contact one another with relative ease, 24-hours-a-day. While smart phones, tablets and computers are great at facilitating everything from business deals to online dating, they also make the potential for harassment much easier – and therefore more widespread … Continue reading How computer forensics is used to tackle blackmail and harassment

How USB Forensics Can Uncover Illegal Activity

For the past decade, digital forensics has been a hugely prominent force in the fight against illegal activity. Cases can be supported or dismissed on account of evidence gleaned from mobile forensics, computer forensics, and cell site analysis. However, cases usually require a device such as a smartphone or a laptop to be in the … Continue reading How USB Forensics Can Uncover Illegal Activity