In the digital age, it’s become easier than ever for individuals to commit financial fraud. Digital records are easy to falsify, making it difficult for investigators to verify their veracity. Additionally, many financial crimes take place online or involve electronic transactions. This means that traditional auditing techniques may not be as effective as they previously were. To address this growing problem, companies should implement a financial forensics plan to identify in their business or organization. However, this process can be challenging without the right tools. Luckily, there are many different financial forensics tools available to support this investigative process.