Learn from trends, cases and best practices for solving social media and digital app security challenges of e-discovery
Is your social media data ready for e-discovery? If you’re not keeping up with digital trends and security best practices, staying compliant and achieving positive litigation outcomes may elude you.
Companies need to understand how social and digital environments are changing — and which steps will meet e-discovery compliance challenges of the future. That includes following the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) and recent case law in which social and digital discovery data play a key part in rulings.
This strategic insights paper, edited by Brad Harris, outlines ways to sustainably manage the social media and digital app security challenges of e-discovery. Get tips on adopting the right policies and procedures to help you comply with e-discovery rules every time.
Dig in to discover the emerging technology and FRCP Rules that most influence success. Don’t miss these insights on:
- Creating an effective way to preserve and collect data from new sources, such as social media, mobile and audio devices, cloud services and messaging apps.
- Adopting a ‘bring your own device’ policy that governs the preservation of social and digital device data to minimize legal risks if the employee device becomes discoverable.
- Applying best practices to keep up with emerging data sources, meet e-discovery obligations and avoid hefty sanctions for noncompliance.
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