Defensible Preservation/Collection of New Data Types

Creating a process for preserving and collecting new data types takes a collaborative effort among numerous teams throughout IT, Legal, and HR. With the right people and process, your E-Discovery collection activities can quickly adapt to include new data sources.

Download this infographic from BRG and Exterro to learn more details about the five easy steps to help minimize or avoid potential pitfalls in a collection process:

  • Being proactive and aware of existing data types within an organization
  • Enacting policy to effectively manage such disparate sources of data
  • Crafting a collection plan
  • Understanding scope
  • Choosing in-house or third party

If you are interested in learning more, register for the webcast “Preserving/Collecting New Data Types.” BRG Director Antonio Rega will discuss data and E-Discovery topics including BYOD programs, new data forms, and preservation.

 

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