AccessData has announced the opening of a new office, as well as a new hosting facility, in London to meet the needs of a growing community of e-discovery, computer forensics and incident response clients in the UK and EU. The new office includes a state-of-the-art training lab for AccessData clients to receive hands-on training in a classroom setting, and the new hosting facility will provide local services for AccessData’s “Summation Litigation Support Services” clientele…AccessData Group is the largest digital forensics software company, and after its merger with Summation last year, it became the fastest growing e-discovery software provider. To meet the growing demand for AccessData’s technology, services and training, the company has opened an office in Australia, a hosting facility in Canada, expanded facilities in the US, and now, expanded its facilities in the UK.
AccessData is best known for its award-winning flagship product Forensic Toolkit (FTK), which has been the product of choice among computer forensics investigators in the UK for several years. The company also provides advanced incident response and e-discovery technology to support government agencies and corporations throughout the UK and EU.
AccessData’s fully integrated in-house e-discovery platform, “AD eDiscovery”, and its award-winning legal review technology, “AD Summation,” give the company a unique position in the litigation support market as the only company with technology that spans the litigation lifecycle. “AccessData clients are now able to address each phase of the e-discovery process from litigation hold to trial with a single vendor. Our integration of these two best-of-breed technologies will bridge the gap between Legal and IT, allowing organisations and their firms to more efficiently and effectively meet their discovery obligations,” explained Brian Karney, President and COO of AccessData Group.
In addition, AccessData recently unveiled an initial release of its “Cyber Intelligence & Response Technology” (“CIRT”), which is the only solution to integrate network analysis, host analysis and large-scale data auditing. This security framework provides a single interface within which AccessData clients can address data leakage, conduct compliance auditing, and more effectively address advanced persistent threats.
“We are seeing a great deal of momentum in the UK, as cyber security and e-disclosure are top of mind among information technology and legal professionals. AccessData is committed to providing the solutions and training organisations need to better meet e-discovery obligations and address security threats, and the growth we are experiencing is a direct result of that commitment,” stated Karney.
AccessData Group has pioneered computer forensics and litigation support for more than twenty years. Over that time, the company has grown to provide a broad spectrum of stand-alone and enterprise-class solutions that enable digital investigations of any kind, including computer forensics, incident response, e-discovery, legal review and compliance auditing. More than 100,000 users rely on AccessData. In the 2010 E-DISCOVERY AND E-DISCLOSURE survey conducted by The 451 Group, AccessData was cited more than any other e-discovery vendor by respondents planning to purchase e-discovery software over the next 12 months. For more information visit www.accessdata.com
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