Top Considerations When Managing Response to a Government Investigation

eTERA Consulting recently partnered with Cohn Reznick to tackle an increasingly important issue facing our industry: government investigations. Today’s enforcement environment presents major challenges for unprepared, ill-equipped companies. The higher frequency of multi-regulator investigations creates increased complexity, and the presence of foreign regulators is on the rise. Enforcement investigations are becoming more and more costly. … Continue reading Top Considerations When Managing Response to a Government Investigation

Mobile Forensics In The 21st Century

The practice of analyzing mobile devices in a forensically sound manner continues to evolve. Mobile devices (such as iPhones, Androids, iPads, tablets and even Blackberries) are all part of our daily lives. They are used for personal reasons, as well as corporate purposes and often the line blurs. The widespread use of these types of devices makes it necessary to be able to have them analyzed as part of forensic investigations.

eTERA’s Forensic Partner Network – why our connections to local vendors is critical

eTERA’s forensic partner program is growing every day, which is good since the amount of fraud and corruption needing to be investigated is not slowing down any time soon. It is also important to have coverage wherever the need exists, to be able to provide a level of service to our clients that few other firms in the industry can accomplish.

Partners located in the area where the clients are is very important since those partners have the local connections, trust, and access to the clients we serve.

Forensic Reporting: How it works and why is it important?

Analyzing a computer, server, or mobile phone and their associated data is a specialty best performed by trained and experienced forensic investigators whose job it to take the evidence presented and deliver facts that would seem relevant to the case. These specialists use tools built for the task including AccessData’s FTK and Encase.

What are Forensic Reports used for?