Category: Computer Investigations
16 October, 2012
Businesses need to ensure they consider modern forms of communication when faced with a disclosure request.
Organisations now face higher levels of information that needs to be reviewed ahead of litigation.
However, as well as an increase in the amount of data, there is also a rise in the number of place information can be generated and stored.
Instead of just desktop computers and files, businesses now need to consider the data held on mobile phones, intelligent printers, USB sticks, CDs, memory cards, MP3 players and tablets.
These devices are small and innocuous but can all hold important data that must be disclosed.
For that reason, disclosure plans need to be reconsidered so that new technologies are included in searches and vital evidence is not missed.
As businesses can be fined or sanctioned for failures in the disclosure process, keeping on top of changes is vital for legal compliance reasons.
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