You’re sitting at your desk, and the supervisor comes in and tells you that you need to put a legal hold on user X. Immediately you say “yes” and get to work to preserve user X’s data. The next day, the supervisor tells you that there are 5 more users to put on hold, and by the way, the lawyer wants all of the data tomorrow. Sound familiar?
Join Richard Wessel as he explores this topic in our eDiscovery for IT Professionals session at iTech Toronto 2018. This session will look at eDiscovery processes from an IT perspective and will focus on data identification, collection and preservation; process and policy reviews; and applying the KISS principle to what can become a very complex project.
Vendor Session: eDiscovery for IT Professionals – November 8, 2018 from 11:30AM – 12:15PM ET.
We can also assist your organization with:
- Forensic and non-forensic data collection
- Data transformation services
- Litigation Readiness Assessments
- Lotus Notes email and non-email data collections
- And more!