After a data breach is discovered, notification becomes essential. Companies are under tremendous pressure to determine what data has been taken and who they must notify, sometimes in as little as 72 hours. That’s where eDiscovery expertise can make a key contribution.
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Traditionally, document review has been conducted by team of reviewers working together in the same location. Since the review is done electronically, it opens the possibility for virtual or remote review, with people working in different locations.
As companies struggle to find the best tools for information management, the most effective technology is now coming from a new source – eDiscovery service providers…The key issue for companies is to deploy a solution that combines a powerful technology platform with the in-depth expertise of lawyer-technologists who know how to leverage its value.
In this week’s blog post, CDS’s Steve Wang explains how HR teams in the eDiscovery world can optimize workflow and cut down on costs by outsourcing document review to a single team.
Data breaches reported in the media seem to be almost a daily occurrence leaving companies with both immediate and long-term damage that must be addressed.
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Quality control in eDiscovery is a time consuming process, but with new technology to visualize data, companies are saving time and money.
Cybersecurity is a big problem for many companies as evidenced by the constant media coverage of massive breaches. When these situations happen, experts come in to fix the breach, but that still leaves businesses to deal with their notification obligations. That’s where eDiscovery expertise can make a big difference.