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Case Study: Methods to Detect Forged Documents
On Demand
Duration: 60 Minutes

Recorded October 15, 2019

Digital evidence has become an essential part of every legal matter, whether it be a criminal, civil or internal investigation. Using a case study, this session will demonstrate the methods used to determine that an email submitted as evidence in federal court had been forged. The methods demonstrated in this case study may be reliably referenced when reviewing any questionable digital documents, without the need for specialized software. This presentation will demonstrate the probative value of digital forensics in fraud investigations.

You Will Learn How To:

• Recognize the value of digital forensics in fraud cases.
• Identify methods to examine digital files and metadata.
• Determine how to make and report on evidence-based
• Recall a practical example of how these methods were applied.

Presented by:
Matt Danner

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