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Forensic

eDiscovery Management

An entire business dispute, commercial investigation, or multi-million-rand litigation may hinge on identifying when a single piece of data was communicated, generated, altered or deleted, by and to whom, and under what circumstances.

eDiscovery Management

Organisations need to apply forensic practices to collect preserve and process data required for the discovery process or potential use as evidence in legal proceedings.

An entire business dispute, commercial investigation, or multi-million-rand litigation may hinge on identifying when a single piece of data was communicated, generated, altered or deleted, by and to whom, and under what circumstances.

Organisations need to address the technological challenges of today’s complex investigation and litigation environments by implementing thorough practical approaches, supported by specialist technology and processes such as computer forensics, document review, electronic discovery and readiness, data hosting, identification, recovery, processing and analysis of all available sources of electronic evidence, in a timely and cost-effective manner, etc.

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