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Discovery Digest - February 2014

The Discovery Digest is the definitive source of discovery news. This bi-monthly e-newsletter is packed with information on discovery “hot topics,” recent case law, and upcoming events.

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2013 Benchmarking study of eDiscovery practices for government agencies
This year, 80 percent of respondents feel somewhat or not at all confident that if challenged their agency could demonstrate that their ESI was “accurate, accessible, complete and trustworthy.” What is the source of their concern? Read the report.
Discovery insights: 5 questions on data breaches and incident response
In today’s digital world, the response to a data breach is both critical and complex. In this interview, Michael Weil explains that an incident response program should implement a multi-faceted approach with unified coordination.
Google cloud collections: Deploying appropriate cloud tools to address a complex, time-sensitive project
Collecting vast amounts of data from a cloud platform is a tall order for many organizations. Learn how one company collected data in a forensically sound manner, at the same time reducing the cost of future discovery needs by converting it to standard industry formats, ready for traditional processing and review.


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