In many Irish legal cases, a vast amount of valuable evidential data never sees the light of day. This is because the data is printed, and the paper copies used in the case. Such an approach overlooks the fact that there exists a large amount of buried data, “metadata” inside electronic documents. Read more.
Modern IT systems generate vast amounts of information, much of which is relevant in litigation. A large proportion of this information is never transferred to paper. Analysing this data is rarely simple. Even a single e-mail can have multiple copies, on multiple computers, a “chain” of supporting metadata, attachments and internal links, and a “thread” of preceding, succeeding and related messages on the same topic. The management of all this data can easily get out of hand. Read more.
Using our extensive knowledge of data analysis tools, we are able to examine large volumes of electronic information effectively. Summarisation and analysis of the data is typically first used to identify areas for further investigation or to highlight apparent anomalies. Read more.
We have extensive experience advising clients on crisis management procedures, preparing incident response plans and testing existing systems for vulnerability to fraud or other misuse. Our specialists have years of experience in performing internal and external technical security assessments. Read more.
Digital pornography in the workplace is a growing problem with major implications for organisations. It affects employee’s efficiency, morale, the overall work environment and disrupts the smooth running of the business. More worryingly, its presence can constitute a serious legal exposure, and can have serious and damaging effects on the board and corporate reputation. Read more.