Digital forensics requires multiple steps: identification and preservation of evidence, proof analysis, documentation, and presentation in court if needed. Multiple tools are required for an investigation in different steps. Reliable tools:
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Due to COVID-19, governments have provide subsidies to individuals and businesses. Insolvency practitioners are expected to see a rise in bankruptcies next year once the subsidies have are come to an end. Banks and lenders can use digital forensics to build their case to try to get back what's owed to them by businesses or people. They can also seek a court order through a digital forensics team.
Digital forensics teams should look out for suspicious activity such as deletion of files, financial documents, contact information, networks, or servers.
"These are all reasons to get in and collect, preserve and analyse digital forensic evidence as early and quickly as possible using specialized cyber investigators and technology," says Ryan Duquette, a digital forensic specialist RSM Canada.
Collection and preservation of data is a very important step in the digital forensics process so following proper methodologies is key to building your case and uncovering evidence in insolvencies.