Category: Electronic Disclosure
20 September, 2012
Businesses need to ensure they are prepared for the disclosure of information held on the cloud.
Normally during disclosure processes, organisations perform forensics on their own computers and devices.
However, as information is increasingly stored in the cloud, instead of on physical servers, firms need to understand how they would access the data for disclosure.
Key to this is communicating with the cloud provider from the start to understand and align demands and needs on both sides.
Secondly, but equally importantly, firms need to create a plan so that in the event of litigation, everyone involved knows what they need to do to aid the disclosure process.
Organisations also need to take care over where they store privileged information related to the case.
Electronic disclosure is an increasingly arduous task as data assets mushroom but businesses still have a responsibility to meet disclosure deadlines so planning ahead for every eventuality is vital.
Electronic Disclosure– Kroll Ontrack has the technological strength, expertise, and commitment to ensure your success in managing small e-disclosure projects as well as large volumes of electronic evidence legally, accurately and cost-effectively.