Fraud Investigator Services
Fraud, in its many forms, impacts businesses every day. Terms commonly linked to fraud investigations include embezzlement, conversion, skimming and misappropriation, but however one defines it, it is business theft.
Theft from a business can descend from above, as is the case in white collar crime, from simple product diversion from a warehouse, or from general larceny. Regardless of if the source is internal source, such as from an executive or warehouse worker, or from an external source, such as an unscrupulous vendor or organized criminal syndicate, McCann Fraud Examiners can help.
McCann Investigators has worked with hundreds of clients to discover and document the details of fraud to gather the evidence needed in civil litigation and criminal prosecution.
With the pervasive nature of modern technology, the evidence of fraud can be traced through a digital footprint left on devices such as computers, laptops and servers. With the evolution of technology, more and more of this evidence is also now located on smartphones and tablets. Digital investigations encompass the multiple aspects of extracting and analyzing data to gather evidence to present in a legal case.
When a company or individual suspects the presence of fraud, the electronically stored information (ESI) located on the digital devices must be extracted and analyzed by a licensed computer forensics examiner. Only evidence that is extracted in this manner is admissible for use in court.
McCann Investigators understand the importance of maintaining the integrity of data to support a fraud case. Our computer forensics experts are licensed, trained and certified on cutting-edge computer forensics tools.
Computer forensics teams extract and analyze the electronically stored information from devices such as desktop computers, laptops, servers, flash drives and smartphones. Evidence is collected in a forensically sound manner which allows that evidence to be used in criminal and civil litigation. The gathering of this data must be performed by a certified and licensed computer forensics examiner who can provide expert witness reporting and testimony.