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Together We Can Do So Much: Introducing AccessData Gives Back

By Lori Tyler

Dec 20, 2016 - Demonstrating kindness and compassion through acts of service makes such a difference to those in need throughout the world. Charity work comes in all shapes and sizes, but in every act, you are directly impacting a life.

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Tags: accessdata gives back, charity, holidays, philanthropy,

 

Financial Compliance Culture and Technology Directions

By Carolyn Casey

Dec 12, 2016 - Financial Compliance Culture and Technology Directions

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Tags: compliance, fcpa, iso 37001, nycyber regs,

 

Breaking News Alert - Expanded Federal Remote Computer Search Changes are Now the Law


By Carolyn Casey

Dec 1, 2016 - Congress failed to block or delay changes to Rule 41(b) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure before Dec. 1, 2016.

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Tags: digital forensics, federal rules, law enforcement,

 

Businesses Flock to Office 365: Implications for E-Discovery

By Teresa Loccisano

Nov 23, 2016 - In 2011, Microsoft launched Office 365®, a suite of business software tools offered as a cloud-based subscription service to companies of all sizes. The launch got off to a slow start, but the scale of adoption in the last couple years has been extraordinary.

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Tags: cloud computing, corporations, digital investigation, enterprise, microsoft, office 365,

 

New Breed of Digital Investigators Emerges in Corporations

By Carolyn Casey

Nov 18, 2016 - During a recent webinar, we had a great conversation with three experts about the new breed of data hunters emerging in IT and InfoSec groups inside corporations. The webinar conversation touched on how internal investigations, e-discovery and cyber breach incident response approaches have evolved, what is driving the changes, and how the data finders’ roles and skills have adapted to the new environment.

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New Incident Response Demands Hit DoD Contractors

By Carolyn Casey

Nov 14, 2016 - Starting this month, many Department of Defense (D0D) contractors will need super-charged cybersecurity incidence response capabilities. Final DoD cyber security incident response rules took effect on November 3, 2016. The new requirements finalize interim rules, and impose mandatory cyber incident reporting (IR) requirements on DoD contractors and subcontractors. The rules also implement new voluntary cyber incident information sharing mechanisms.

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Tags: cybersecurity, department of defense, incident-response,

 

How One Law Firm Tamed the e-Discovery Beast

By Jessica Carter

Oct 27, 2016 - Trick-or-Treaters aren’t the only ones who come face to face with goblins and ghouls. Like many midsized law firms that manage a wide range of litigation for its clients, Crowe & Dunlevy has been challenged to tame the ugly beast of electronic discovery. This challenge has only grown as the volume of data that must be collected, processed and reviewed in e-discovery has proliferated over the past 15 years.

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Native Production—Advantages to Producing E-Discovery Natively

By Scott Lefton

Oct 17, 2016 - Native productions are on the rise. Lawyers are quickly realizing the benefits to all parties when it comes to producing files natively. Single-page TIFF productions are still commonplace among many litigators, but this graphics-only format is quickly becoming obsolete in the modern world of today’s e-discovery. With the increase in electronic data (mobile data, Internet chat files, social media and email) and the advancements in document review technology, the “paper discovery” methods of the past, like TIFF and PDF conversion, are increasingly unnecessary and no longer cost effective.

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Tags: e-discovery, pdf, tiff,

 

AccessData’s International Client Advisory Board Gathers in Barcelona

By Lori Tyler

Sep 20, 2016 - Last week, we convened a meeting of the AccessData International Client Advisory Board (ICAB) in Barcelona.

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Tags: advisory-board, icab, international,

 

Budding Mr./Ms. Robots Cyber Summer Camp Tales

By Carolyn Casey

Sep 9, 2016 - As kids head back to school, classrooms are brimming with tall tales of how students spent their summer. In 2016, there’s a new kind of summer story with unique bragging rights. The “Mr. Robot” generation headed to cyber summer camps in larger numbers than ever before. The great hope is that the Cyber generation will help solve both law enforcement and corporate cyber challenges on the horizon. Young folks infatuated with computers, information and the digital future have bright career prospects if we show them the way.

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Tags: cybersecurity, digital investigation, forensics, gencyber,

 

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