Cybercrime – an overview

It is hard to believe that I have a physics degree and that I learned all about how computers worked, how to install binary operating language, how to write  a couple of different programming codes and even how the solid … Read More

Asset Recovery – an overview

It is possible to divide asset recovery into a number of different camps depending on the circumstances giving rise to the need for claiming back money or goods that rightfully belong elsewhere.  The first of these areas include criminal asset … Read More

Fraud Spending Cutbacks

The UK and the USA appear to be the biggest targets for the fraudster by far.  This may be as a result of our sociological or demographic characteristics.  One thing is for sure, fraud is a problem that costs our … Read More

Fraud and Securing Computer Evidence

When investigating fraud, remember where there is a paper document, there is probably an electronic version of it.  There may be more than one, often held by third parties.  Electronic documents often tell you more than paper ones would, for … Read More

Expert witness fees consultation

Responses are beginning to be drafted to the Legal Service Commission’s consultation paper on expert witness fees.  Bodies representing experts are busy collating what are probably replies that are so obvious that it would be foolish to think that the … Read More

A day in the life!

Welcome to my new look fraud blog site.  After much gnashing of teeth and wailing etc I managed to upload the blogging software manually to my web host and what a relief – now hopefully concentrate on writing about fraud … Read More