If your organisation is the recipient of a data subject access request, eDiscovery technology can help you comply in an efficient and accurate fashion per GDPR requirements.
In part one of this series, we discussed some of the features in Relativity that can be used to investigate document sets before the processing and review stage of discovery.
As the deadline to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) approaches, many companies in the US still don’t fully understand how the regulation will affect them.
As previously discussed, courts are dealing with increasing demands for data that resides abroad. The Microsoft warrant case awaiting Supreme Court action was anticipated to yield important guidance on issues of international cross-border electronic evidence transfers.
Many U.S. companies store data outside the country, which increasingly is causing problems in legal cases. One issue is about to be heard in the US Supreme Court and it has potentially broad implications especially since the European Union will be changing its data privacy laws next year. How should companies deal with the changes?
Set to take effect on May 25th, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Commission’s latest attempt to strengthen the protections afforded the personal data of EU natural persons in connection with third-party processing activities…As a global provider of eDiscovery services, CDS is taking the necessary steps to comply with these enhanced requirements.