Forensic Technology Solutions
Our Forensic Technology professionals leverage proven methodologies, as well as innovative and proprietary technologies, to identify relevant investigative and dispute resolution evidence in a timely and credible manner. Our multidisciplinary teams bring a deep understanding of the complexities of data, technology, business operations, and evidentiary procedure to every engagement.
Digital Forensic Investigation: Computer forensics is a branch of forensic science pertaining to legal evidence found in computers and digital storage media. Using Forensic Imaging, we help clients determine whether the digital device has been modified or tampered, provide evidence if the opposition is “guilty” of wrongdoing and provide facts that testify in the court as an expert witness. We also cater to pre-exit digital forensics conducted on existing employees some days prior to their exit in order to identify any malicious activities on their official laptops/desktops that could pose a threat to organisations.
Electronic Discovery: Electronic Discovery involves identifying, collecting and producing electronically stored information in response to a request for production in a lawsuit or investigation. We provide guidance on policies & procedures for record management as well as compliance requirements while controlling risks, time & costs.
Forensic Data Analytics: Forensic Data Analytics enables identification of meaningful patterns and correlations in existing historic data to predict future events and assess the reasons for various fraudulent activities. We help with some of our key offerings including, but not limited to, identification of anomalies, trends, gaps, and deviations in vendor, customer and employee registration, procurement to pay, order to cash, sales and distribution, travel and entertainment using BDO Advantage, continuous control monitoring using BDO Pulse, dashboard creation and predictive analytics and modelling.
Incident Response: We assist organisations in responding to frauds with appropriate measures and communications to the stakeholders, identifying control gaps to be addressed on priority, quantifying the loss and thereby preparing for litigations.