George Socha, co-founder of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, provides an excellent explanation of iconic and ubiquitious infographics: the EDRM and the IGRM. E-Discovery 101 includes a technical discussion about the importance of metadata. Highlighted is the power to impact decision-making though effective presentation of digital evidence. IGRM Project Leaders include Marcus Ledergerber, Aliye Ergulen, and Reed Irvin. Since 2005 the e-discovery community has relied on EDRM for leadership, standards, best practices, tools, guides and test data sets to improve electronic discovery and information governance.
RAND Corporation released an online tool that enables identification and prioritization of criminal justice needs related to digital evidence collection, management, analysis, and use.
The interactive tool for ranking digital evidence innovations can be used by criminal justice professionals, policy makers, or interested members of the public to identify the highest priority needs informed by their own views of the goals and missions of criminal justice agencies. By changing the relative importance of different goals, the user can see how digital evidence needs are reprioritized.
The Symantec eDiscovery Platform's Identification & Collection Module simplifies the forensic identification and collection of ESI from all critical data sources. Watch this video for a quick overview of the features included in this module.
- Interactive Data Map
- Library of Collectors
- Collection Analytics
Doug Stein from IBM Information Lifecycle Governance discusses eDiscovery solutions which help streamline litigation response and reduce cost and risk. IBM Information Lifecycle Governance eDiscovery provides solutions for:
• Legal hold notification
• In-place early data assessment
• Data identification and collection
• Early case assessment
Learn more about IBM eDiscovery solutions at http://www.ibm.com/ilg