Deloitte CIS Forensic can research fraud indicators using geospatial and cartographic data. We can conduct a secure forensic extraction of data from computers and from a wide range of mobile devices, including smartphones and GPS navigation units. We are able to obtain GPS data in two ways: 1) from separate GPS receivers on vehicles (physical extraction), and 2) from central server stations (logical extraction).
- Physical extraction, in which we recover all available stored data in the device (including deleted data, like emails, SMS or vehicle track-logs).
- Logical extraction of data from a mobile device, in which we request current information through the operating system. This allows us to recover most of the live data from the device.
We have a proven approach to reviewing large volumes of GPS and other logistics data:
- Track-log analysis
- Topological and semantic analysis of latitude, longitude and time from track-logs
- Creating ideal/optimal routes
- Targeted analysis (focusing on certain vehicles, drivers, warehouses, etc.)
- Methodology of identification and analysis of anomalies and potential fraud in logistics
GPS/Logistics data analysis (with additional information provided by the Client) allows us to check:
- Specific driver activity
- Mileage of vehicles of interest (identification of personal use of corporate vehicle)
- Time of vehicle activity (i.e., stopping longer than 30 minutes)
- Fuel usage anomalies (with data on fuel consumption)
- Check whether all intended destinations were reached
- Deviations from routes
- Out of hours analysis (overusing certain vehicles or unauthorized use)