eDiscovery

Services

eDiscovery

eDiscovery is a highly effective tool for the quick, precise analysis of large volumes of information in a brief timespan and at low cost.

Deloitte Forensic offers a full range of eDiscovery services and provides effective assistance to clients in carrying out the following activities (among many others): mergers and acquisitions; commercial disputes; document disclosures; financial investigations; regulatory requests; and internal corporate investigations into instances of misconduct and fraud, and conflicts of interest, as well as violations of ethical standards and compliance rules, cyber-security breaches, and data leaks.

  • Identification and storage of data: collecting data from various storage media, i.e. computers, mobile devices, email and file servers, cloud storage, tape-based media, audio and video recordings, etc.
  • Data processing and hosting: recovery of deleted data, structuring, indexing and data deduplication, text recognition, voice recognition, translation, providing online access to information
  • Search, analysis and disclosure: search for documents, analysis of their contents, tagging, depersonalization and disclosure of data
  • Access to data from various sources in one place
  • Deduplication of data within a single case
  • Full text search
  • Automatic topic identification and document clustering
  • Document analysis using machine learning
  • Search for similar or the same type of documents
  • Identification of the persons involved in an incident
  • Building communication chains
  • Building an event timeline
  • Semantic information search

Key contacts

Alexey Ivlev

Alexey Ivlev

Director, Analytics and Forensic Technology

Alexey joined Deloitte in 2014 and heads the Analytic and Forensic Technology practice. He holds a Master's Degree in Information Security and has more than 12 years experience with international cons... More

Nicolai Teterev

Nicolai Teterev

Senior Manager, Analytical and Forensic Technology

Nicolai has over 11 years of practical experience in digital forensics. His main areas of expertise are eDiscovery, cyber forensics and document disclosure. He has worked on more than 150 assignments ... More