With the cost of U.S. economic crime growing dramatically – nearly doubling over the last decade to at least $200 billion annually – many accounting firms, law firms, and government agencies incorporate forensic teams into their practices. Forensic specialist is a general term for an individual or expert who examines evidence for the purpose of presenting the findings in a court of law. The forensics team includes technicians who maintain the chain of evidence, information technology professionals who analyze electronic data, field personnel who handle the investigative process, accountants, insurance fraud investigators, damage claims specialists, auditors, and computer forensic experts.
*Bachelor’s Degree required
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