Linked – Adapting eDiscovery Tools for Smarter Post-Data Breach Reviews

It actually makes perfect sense to use your existing eDiscovery tools to assist with any type of investigation that requires you to find things in a large set of data. It’s, literally, what they are built to do. Heck, I think back to years ago when one of the attorneys I worked with loaded all of his legal research material, clipped articles, rulings, etc. into an eDiscovery database. It made finding something much easier than anything else he was using at the time. I’ve often considered doing something similar. Post breach investigations require looking through tons of data. Why not have a robust search tools to do that? Adapting eDiscovery Tools for Smarter Post-Data Breach Reviews Tags: database, eDiscovery The post Linked – Adapting eDiscovery Tools for Smarter Post-Data Breach Reviews appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.

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