The most significant new development in the forensic accounting world is the expanded use of technology. Technology and digital devices now permeate all of our personal and professional lives. While this has provided numerous benefits for businesses and society, the proliferation and speed of technological advancement has resulted in certain areas being vulnerable to exploitation as the development of internal controls has not been able to keep pace with technology. The majority of perpetrators of recent financial fraud employ digital devices ... [MORE]
Latest Digital Technology Abets Age-Old Crimes
The Connecticut Law Tribune
March 2, 2012
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