High Risk Data: Have a Plan!

Digital Discovery & e-Evidence: Bloomberg BNA

​The discovery process can expose corporate organizations and the third parties they work with, to a heightened risk of breach by disturbing the data and taking it outside the protected corporate environment. Deloitte Transactions & Business Analytics LLP's Steve Shebest explains that although breach is an industry-agnostic risk, it presents several key opportunities that discovery participants can and should plan for.

Understanding the path your data travels during the discovery process and having a plan in place for at-risk data with those that are exposed to it can pay dividends down the road.​ 

​To learn more about the actions organizations can and should take, download this article. 

Digital Discovery & e-Evidence

Reproduced with permission from Digital Discovery & e-Evidence, 14 DDEE 418, 08/28/2014. Copyright © 2014 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033)

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