Tips for a security team's role in e-discovery

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Electronic discovery (e-discovery) is a topic generally limited to legal circles. Although recent case law and the revised Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) are aimed squarely at judges and lawyers, both have profound implications for IT and security organisations, given the significant amount of electronically stored information (ESI) that is relevant for court cases.

In essence, IT teams are strategic helpers for enterprise litigation, and the choices they make for the creation, storage, archiving and destruction of information have significant effects on legal and regulatory evidence handling.What this means is that it’s prudent for the security team ...

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