Linkedin for CFAP

Linkedin for Certified Indiaforensic Members

Many Certified Indiaforensic members are in the business of Forensic Accounting. This article elaborates how Linkedin can be used as an effective tool for generating more leads for their business. LinkedIn is increasingly becoming an advanced database for finding people who are difficult to locate. One of my techie friend…

phases of diigital forensics

Phases of Digital forensics engagements

In general, the goal of digital forensic analysis is to identify digital evidence for an investigation. An investigation typically uses both physical and digital evidence with the scientific method to draw conclusions. Examples of investigations that use digital forensics include computer intrusion, unauthorized use of corporate computers, child pornography, and…

Importance of Hash Values for forensic accountants

What is Hash Value ? Hashes play a role in security systems where they’re used to ensure that transmitted messages have not been tampered with. The sender generates a hash of the message, encrypts it, and sends it with the message itself. The recipient then decrypts both the message and…

benefits of digital forensics

Benefits of Digital Forensics

It is generally said that the forensic accountant analyse 100% data as against the external auditors chosing the samples. But imagine as a certified forensic accounting professional you are required to analyze hundreds of thousands or even millions of line items of journal entries, invoice items, receipts and payments. How…

Digital forensics

Defining Digital Forensics

In order to create awareness about the digital forensics, Indiaforensic offers the series of articles on the subject of digital forensic and its applications. An increasing number of forensic accountants are developing specializations and are obtaining the CFAP credentials. Indiaforensic enables CFAPs to gain a sound understanding of forensic and…

Definition and Basics of Forensic Audit

Defining Forensic Audit Forensic Audit is a term which is not defined anywhere. However, since the object is to relate the findings of audit by gathering legally tenable evidence and in doing so the corporate veil may be lifted (in case of corporate entities) to identify the fraud and the persons responsible for it (a…

White paper on Cloud Forensics

The team of Lab systems has come up with the path breaking solution in the computer forensic domain in India. This is probably the first company which is talking about the future technology in the computer forensic domain. The term Cloud Computing can be defined as a pay-per-use model for…

Applying forensic auditing in banks

There are multiple reasons behind increasing frauds in the banking sector. Though the fraud control units are supposed to look into various facets of the frauds, in most of the private sector banks it was observed that the focus of fraud control units remained on Credit card frauds. Birth of…

Expectations of Forensic Professionals from Linkedin

LinkedIn is facing the two biggest problems that all social networks face, competition for eyes and how to monetize. Social Networking is full of competition and Facebook and Twitter are mega competitors.Another competitor is Branchout, which bills itself as the leading professional network on Facebook, and publishes a Facebook app….

Antifraud community Integration with Linkedin

In my previous article, in the series of Linkedin for anti-fraud professionals, i mentioned about the company i found on iStart.Company which started as the anti-fraud social media converted itself to e-commerce company. Their reasons were quite obvious. Social media requires long term funding support where as e-commerce site helps…