"e-discovery": The process of collecting, preparing and producing electronically stored information (ESI) in the context of the legal process.
Computer Forensics is the use of specialized techniques for recovery, authentication and analysis of electronic data when an investigation of litigation involves issues relating to reconstruction of computer usage, examination or residual data and computer usage. Computer Forensics requires specialized expertise that goes beyond normal data collection and preservation techniques available to end-users or system support personnel, and generally requires strict adherence to chain-of-custody protocols.
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Transfer data from a backup medium (such as tapes) to an on-line system, often for the purpose of recovering archived information relevant to current litigation.
The process of identifying for extraction specific data based on specific parameters; such as document date, document type or email address.
De-Duplication ("De-Duping") is the process of comparing electronic records based on their characteristics and removing or marking duplicate records within the data set. The definition of "duplicate records" should be agreed upon, i.e., whether an exact copy from a different location is considered to be a duplicate. De-duplication can be selective, depending on the agreed upon criteria.
Conversion of a native file to an image format (tiff/pdf/jpeg) for the purpose of review.
A file that relates to a set of scanned images or electronically processed files, and indicates where individual pages or files belong together as documents, to include attachments, and where each document begins and ends. A load file may also contain data relevant to the individual documents such as metadata, coded data, text and the like. Load files must be obtained and provided in pre arranged formats such as; but not limited to:
- Case Map
- Trial Director
- Introspect eCM
- Litigators Notebook