In an organization, fraud examination is carried out for various objectives as follows: Identifying the persons responsible, identifying improper conduct, determine the extent of potential losses, prevent future failures, mitigate other consequences, facilitate recovery and strengthen internal control. A fraud examiner's investigation usually divides into four activities: obtaining evidence, reporting, testifying and assisting in fraud detection and prevention.
In digital investigations, examiners mainly focus on Windows computers (Jan 2021, Worldwide, 72,2% of computers OS are Windows 10 versions). Random Access Memory (RAM) temporarily holds data used by a computer's internal processes, including browsing history or cryptography keys. Therefore, digital fraud professionals are keen to take this into account during a fraud investigation.
It gives fraud examiners the option to define the direction of their investigation faster.
Trufflepig Nexus is an innovative intelligence-based software that automates most of the memory analysis process - more automation equals less human error.
The software can automate functions for detecting suspicious behaviour.
Trufflepig Nexus is the quickest solution in the market dedicated to memory analysis - The investigator has a faster overall view of the upcoming case and the difficulties.
All findings displayed on a single user interface, the fraud examiner can then supplement these findings with other case-related information.
Fast result outputs give clues, allowing the fraud examiner to focus on further details or new directions on the investigation.
Nexus should be part of your fraud investigation toolbox. It improves quality, workflow enhances and gives less room for human errors.