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But while it may be up to forensic accountants to mine large volumes of information such as transaction data, computer forensics experts may still be needed to decode data formats, especially when a client has legacy applications or obsolete storage media.

‘‘Material might be on a tape format which the company doesn’t have the equipment to deal with any more,’’ says Dearsley, adding that those obsolete formats may also have different variations.‘‘Having a collection of tape drives that span the last 25 years helps.’’Once the data have been made available, analysis can reveal anomalies which could potentially highlight fraud. In one of the first cases Moulton investigated, an employee had set up a fake supplier and was frequently making very small orders to keep them under the financial controllers’ radar.‘‘This is where common sense comes into play,’’ Moulton says, arguing that the transactions listed were irregular in the company’s general pattern of purchases.‘‘You look at these invoices and ask why they’d order $150 in materials one week, and then the same amount the next week and the week after. That’s unusual.

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    但是當挖掘大體積的資料 , 像是交易資料可能是由討論的會計員決定的時候,電腦法醫專家可能仍然被需要解碼資料格式,尤其當一位客戶有遺贈物申請或廢語儲藏媒體的時候。’'材料可能在公司沒有設備再處理的一個錄音帶格式上,'' 說 Dearsley,增加那些荒廢的格式也可能有不同的變化。’'有跨越最後 25 年的一個錄音帶駕車的收集幫助。’’'一次資料已經被做可得,分析能顯示可以能地強調詐欺的異常事物。在被調查的第一情形 Moulton 之一中,一位職員已經建立一個假的供應者而且時常正在製造非常小的次序在財務的控制人員的雷達之下保存他們。’'這是常識進入遊戲的地方,'' Moulton 說,主張被列出的交易在公司的購買一般典型中是不規則的。’'你看這些發票而且問他們為什麼一個星期將會在材料點$150,然後相同的數量在下個星期和星期之後的。 那是不尋常的。

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