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Canadian crime fighter Magnet Forensics finds work with Fortune 100 as pandemic fuels cybercrime

It turns out that the same sorts of digital crime fighting tools used to investigate everything from the Boston Marathon bombing to the Quebec mosque shooting are also adept at solving instances of fraud, IP theft and employee misconduct, something that has helped Magnet grow its private-sector business to approximately 1,500 corporate clients, including more than half of the Fortune 100 companies.