We seamlessly integrate our capabilities in forensic technology and fraud investigation to identify, retrieve, normalize and analyze large, diverse and complex data sets. By using advanced technology we produce fact-driven insights enabling our clients to make defensible and informed decisions related to litigation, dispute resolution, regulatory and prosecutorial investigations, false claims, whistleblower claims, or other critical matters.
Our forensic technology services include:
DATA ANALYTICS AND DATA MINING
We have extensive experience in the analysis and mining of large, diverse and complex information systems to identify unexpected patterns and expose inconsistencies and irregularities. Our professionals use sophisticated forensic tools to combine disparate datasets, financial records and unstructured data into a single platform for investigation and analysis where there is a dispute, allegations of fraud or misconduct.
We efficiently identify and collect relevant and responsive data across enterprise-wide systems and repositories including proprietary or outsourced third-party systems.
We use sophisticated tools to visually communicate results clearly and effectively using the data to tell a story that is accessible, understandable and usable.
COMPUTER AND CELL PHONE FORENSIC EXAMINATIONS
Forensically sound methods are used to recover and preserve key digital evidence, whether that evidence was intentionally deleted or manipulated. Our multidisciplinary team can recover and recreate data history to investigate suspicious activity. We follow industry best practices and forensic protocols to confirm facts and eliminate false assumptions. Our customized investigation solutions in both fraud and internal investigations include:
Evidence and data collection | Data preservation | Forensic data analysis | Expert testimony and reporting
Fact Sheet: Harnessing the Power in the Data
Download this Fact Sheet to learn what data analytics can do to help companies and their counsel move faster, save money, and unravel critical information during investigations and effectively tell their story in court.
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