Today's corporations may require the compliance department to be responsible for a great variety of tasks during a litigation process. One of the greatest responsibilities of a compliance department, as far as eDiscovery readiness goes, is assuring the information stored for as long and in a way, as the industry's and local laws require.
We are here to help your compliance department master the eDiscovery readiness and compliance, by offering a Information Governance and eDiscovery consulting services. Let our team help you build a sound, defensible, and automated information storage workflow.
The mobile workforce is growing and more data being generated outside of data centers. This creates a potential compliance issue, as such data must be properly accounted for, and be accessible for eDiscovery purposes. Let us help you put solutions in place to account for such data.
The compliance department's responsibility during a litigation may vary greatly, and the lack of expertise during the process can be overwhelming. We are here to help and advise your team, at any point of the eDiscovery.
When a criminal investigation occurs, or an allegation of deletion is at question, it is mandatory to perform a forensic collection of data, to stay compliant with the law. Our certified digital forensics team is ready to help.
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