CBI Digital Forensics
September 27, 2016

Digital Forensics

Organizations rely on their reputation and brand, it’s what sustains their business. In today’s fast moving, connected 24x7 digital world, your reputation and your business can be damaged before you know you have a problem. Cyber security threats are coming from both sides of the wall, external and from within: accounting discrepancies, hackers, lawsuits, social media posts ... are a minefield of risks for which you need to prepare and react quickly.

CBI’s Digital Forensics team can help you investigate suspected fraud, provide expert witness testimony, and review financial documents. Our broad range of knowledge and resources can assist you with a variety of services customized for your specific situation. Fast answers are good and we are experts at getting them to you. Preventative measures are even better, and CBI can help you identify your risks, and minimize or mitigate potential issues that may materially affect your reputation and bottom line.

What CBI Digital Forensics Can Do for You

Digital Forensics

Defensible Forensic Collection of Evidence


Potentially relevant documents and information (both paper and electronic) must be preserved when litigation is “reasonably anticipated.” This is done by issuing a legal hold, (also called a litigation hold), which is a notice sent to those who possess likely relevant information to begin measures to preserve physical and electronic documents. Preservation protects the Electronically Stored Information (ESI) from loss or destruction while the parties determine its relevance.


Achieving Compliance with Minimal Disruption


eDiscovery is the process of identification, preservation, processing, review and production of electronically stored information (ESI). Such discovery may be necessary for your organization because of a civil litigation, criminal investigation, regulatory inquiry, internal investigation, or simply in the context of a regulatory compliance disclosure. Learn More

Fraud and Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting, Fraud, and Governance for Insurance, Legal, Corporate, and Public Sector


There are many reasons why organizations may need to engage in fraud, governance, and forensic accounting, most are to protect the organization or to stay compliant with regulations. Forensic accounting can include activities such as authentication of financial reporting, supplier validations, and data mining. Fraud and governance activities are very broad depending on the objective but examples include: gap analysis & risk assessment, training, forensic ESI capture, and implementing the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)

AML [Anti-Money Laundering]

Providing Training to Staff and AML Compliance Auditing to Financial Institutions


By law, financial institutions must do their due diligence to monitor and report suspicious activities of money laundering to the authorities. Monitoring clients’ behavior and activity for any potential abuse, examining financial histories, and proper vetting of potential clients are all actions that need to be taken.

Three Questions About Your Data. Can You Answer Them Today?

  1. Are you spending too much money on eDiscovery?
  2. Do you know what data might leave your organization when your employee resigns?
  3. Does your IT staff struggle to produce digital or physical records? 

If You’re Unsure About The Answers To These Questions, CBI Can Help.

Let Our Team Help You Protect Your Reputation And Brand.


ACFCS was started by some of the top leaders in the financial crime prevention and detection community, who recognized the increased fiduciary responsibility on Boards, Senior Executives and Chief Compliance Officers. In response, they began development of the Certified Financial Crime Specialist Program that includes training, tools, assessments and certifications. ACFCS is the first and only global leader providing training and education on all aspects of the prevention and detection of financial crime.


The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) is the member organization for professionals in the private and public sectors who work in the field of e-discovery. ACEDS is building a community of e-discovery specialists for the exchange of ideas, guidance, training and best practices, and offers e-discovery certification.ACEDS, has established the field’s first certification exam. Qualified candidates who pass a rigorous examination will earn the right to use the Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS™) certification.


ACAMS is the largest international membership organization dedicated to advancing the professional knowledge, skills and experience of those dedicated to the detection and prevention of money laundering around the world, and to promote the development and implementation of sound anti-money laundering policies and procedures.


The ACFE is the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with more than 80,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession.

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