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Searching And Filtering Emails when Forensically Collecting Mailboxes
Originally posted on Forensic Focus - Articles:
by Arman Gungor When mailboxes are forensically preserved for eDiscovery or digital forensic investigations, their contents are almost always searched and filtered. Filtering emails helps overcome time, scope and cost constraints and alleviates privacy concerns. There are two main ways of filtering emails—before and after the forensic acquisition.…
Using Technology To Get Results: Think Outside The Silo
Originally posted on Forensic Focus - Articles:
by Johann Hofmann, Griffeye In an article series of three, published in the Interpol Newsletter, Griffeye explores the possibilities of technology in digital media investigations. In this second article, Johann Hofmann, Director & Head of Griffeye, talks about the limitations for investigators working in silos. We explore what happens if investigators…
Data privacy in the age of digital transformation
Originally posted on Forensic Diaries: A Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Blog:
We live in a world of wide-ranging surveillance. Historically, surveillance has been expensive and difficult to comprehend. However today with technology, surveillance has advanced in leaps and bounds with its tentacles surrounding every aspect of the current virtual world, wherein everything is either…
Legal Tech Talent Network launched, providing unique recruitment solutions to the legal technology vertical
The Legal Tech Talent Network offers traditional recruiting solutions along with recruitment marketing and employer branding programs geared toward employers in litigation, eDiscovery, Cybersecurity, and Big Data. Litigation Support Careers Inc (LSC) is thrilled to announce the launch of the Legal Tech Talent Network which has been created to provide executive staffing services along with…
Project Cost Estimation Is Key To Opposing ESI Discovery as Disproportionately Burdensome Under Rule 26(b)(1)
Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
If you are opposing ESI discovery as over-burdensome under Rule 26(b)(1), then you MUST provide evidence of the economic burden of the requested review. You cannot just say it is over-burdensome. Even if it seems obvious, you must provide some metrics, some data, some hard evidence to back that up.…

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