Indiaforensic sets up first digital forensic laboratory in MMCOE

MMCOEIndiaforensic Center of Studies, which is the leading forensic accounting training and certification provider has now entered into an agreement with the Marathwada Mitramandal College of Engineering to set up the first digital forensic laboratory. With this Lab, MMCOE has become one of the first few colleges in the country to be equipped with the latest forensic tools and certifications.

Objective of the Initiative

There are three primary objectives of this initiative

  1. Promote the Entrepreneurship – Indiaforensic, in its research has identified the opportunities in the digital forensic space. This laboratory would promote entrepreneurship in the students working in the information security and digital forensic space.
  2. Skill Building – India is becoming global hub of skills and information security and the digital forensic skills are facing acute shortage in India. In order to develop employable skill sets, Indiaforensic is committed to offer the guidance to the students for bridging the gap between the industry expectations and the college curriculum.
  3. Research and Development – In order to promote the research in the space of the Information security and Digital forensic, Indiaforensic plans to offer the best of the industry tools and technology in the crime scene detection.

Knowledge Partnerslab systems

In order to equip the students with the best digital forensic tools, Lab Systems, A Mumbai based Digital forensic company was roped in as the knowledge partners. They agreed to support the lab with their propriety tool on digital forensic investigations. This will strengthen the relationship further.

PwC Forged the books to avoid taxes


Just a day after the PM announced a new agency to check the misdeeds of Chartered Accountants, PwC the auditing giant of India have been drawn to the court of laws for manipulating the books of accounts.

Ex-Chief Financial Officer of PricewaterHouseCoopers Private Limited (PwCPL), Sarvesh Mathur filed a complaint against the firm in the court of laws. He alleged that the Chairman of the firm helped him to adjust Rs. 5 crores outside the system, whereas the previous chairman backdated the invoices of Rs.93 crores by an accounting year to evade the impact of taxes.

Sarvesh Mathur is not the first person to raise this issue. Justice A P Shah also raised the same issue before few days when he said that violations by PwC member firms in India represents only the tip of the ice-berg and if left un-addressed will pose serious threats to public interest and national security. In his letter to the Prime Minister, Justice Shah had questioned PwC’s integrity and competence to render audit and advisory services to clients, including the government.


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