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5 Steps to Ensure Your Cloud Provider Is Ready for Ediscovery

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 (14:49:33)
Identifying, retrieving, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) in response to a subpoena can be a time-consuming and costly business. Processing just one gigabyte of data in response to an electronic discovery (ediscovery) request can cost at least $30,000, according to the Sedona Conference Journal. It's not surprising, then, that few cloud providers have yet addressed the issue of ediscovery responsibilities in their standard contracts. But that leaves enterprises with their ESI in the public cloud at risk...

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Book Review: Mastering Windows Network Forensics and Investigations

Wednesday, August 01, 2012 (13:01:19)
Mastering Windows Network Forensics and Investigations fills an interesting niche not well addressed in the pantheon of digital forensics resources. The material is well suited for beginning and intermediate forensic examiners looking to better understand network artifacts and go beyond single-system forensics. I highly recommend it for system administrators looking for a different perspective on network security or those interested in designing networks to be forensics-friendly. That said, the topics covered do not fit within the classical definition of network forensics. A more apt title might be Mastering Incident Response Forensics and Investigations...

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A Quick Look at Exchange Forensics

Tuesday, July 10, 2012 (13:15:57)
A growing number of enterprises—and their IT staffs—are becoming increasingly concerned about the range of threats posed by electronic attack. Couple that with the high incidence of business litigation, and the high regulatory barriers, present in the US and EU, and you’ll see why computer forensics is such a rapidly growing field. One reason for this rapid growth is that there are relatively few standards for what “forensics” actually means. From an Exchange perspective, there aren’t really any solid definitions either...

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Cutting eDiscovery Costs with Smarter Tools and Smart Scope

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 (11:32:44)
Mention eDiscovery (or electronic discovery) in the litigation marketplace and you will hear a lot of oaning and groaning from judges and attorneys alike; the process has, without doubt, significantly added to the cost of litigation, as well as being incredibly time-consuming. To add to their woes, eDiscovery often turns up data that is irrelevant, not to mention that the growth of electronic data has created a big headache in managing all that data! This data not only needs to be managed, but managed cost-effectively and there are principally two ways of achieving this...

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There's no 911 for cybercrime. If there were, would you call?

Tuesday, May 08, 2012 (09:36:32)
If you work for a large corporation, you hear lots of talk about corporate responsibility, and that's great. But I can't help but point out that, whether it is intentional, there is a massive and growing hypocrisy in the corporate world when it comes to prosecuting crime...it's anecdotally clear that most companies simply don't call the authorities when they experience criminal losses through online attacks. We in the industry know this, but I wonder if the assumptions we make as to why this is so are correct. It's especially important to consider this now, as we're in the middle of what can only be called a "conversion convergence" which continues to see increases in use of the Internet to monetize stolen information and to launder ill-gotten gains...

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