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€ 1,199.00


1 day

Difseco Training DIF22 Digital Forensics In Auditing

About the Course

In today's complex financial landscape, financial auditors face a growing need to incorporate digital forensics expertise into their skill set. This one-day course, "Digital Forensics in Auditing," is specifically designed to provide financial auditors with the knowledge, tools, and best practices required to effectively navigate merge cases, uncover financial fraud, and address insolvency situations using digital forensics techniques.

Course Information

Course Objectives:

  1. Introduction to Digital Forensics: Understand the fundamental concepts of digital forensics and its critical role in financial auditing.

  2. Digital Evidence Preservation: Learn how to identify, collect, and preserve digital evidence in a manner that maintains its integrity and admissibility in legal proceedings.

  3. Data Recovery and Analysis: Explore techniques for recovering and analyzing digital evidence to uncover hidden financial transactions and irregularities.

  4. Forensic Tools for Financial Auditors: Familiarize yourself with digital forensic tools and software tailored for financial auditors, enabling efficient data analysis and investigation.

  5. Chain of Custody and Legal Considerations: Understand the importance of maintaining a secure chain of custody and the legal and ethical considerations surrounding digital evidence in financial auditing.

  6. Merge Cases: Gain insights into using digital forensics to investigate financial transactions and data during mergers and acquisitions, ensuring transparency and compliance.

  7. Financial Fraud Detection: Learn to detect signs of financial fraud, including embezzlement, money laundering, and financial statement manipulation, using digital forensics techniques.

  8. Insolvency Investigations: Explore how digital forensics can be applied to insolvency cases, including tracing assets, identifying hidden assets, and assessing financial liabilities.

  9. Real-World Case Studies: Analyze real-world case studies related to merge cases, financial fraud, and insolvency, applying digital forensics principles to solve complex financial challenges.

  10. Report Writing: Develop effective communication skills for documenting findings and presenting digital forensic evidence in a clear and actionable manner to stakeholders and legal authorities.

Additional Information

Course Format:

This one-day intensive course will combine lectures, interactive discussions, practical exercises, and case studies. Participants will have the opportunity to work with digital forensic tools and software to apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios.

Target Audience:

This course is designed for financial auditors, accountants, financial investigators, and professionals involved in financial compliance and regulation. It is suitable for both beginners and those with some prior knowledge of financial auditing.

Delivery Method:

Live & Online

Additional Information:

Lunch and refreshments are included for all Live classes

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