Basic Steps In E-discovery: Legal Hold Policies Where Information Is Within The Company, In A Cloud Or On A Social Media Site (2011) resource Articles
Introduction: This article focuses on a critical planning component: legal hold guidelines. This includes legal holds not only on data within the company but also on data held by third parties (cloud computing) and data maintained by a social media service provider.
Authors: Mark L. Austrian and Martin Krolewski, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, April 3, 2011
E-Discovery Rules Applied to Social Media: What This Means in Practical Terms for Businesses (2011) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
The percentage of companies using social media such as Twitter and Facebook continues to grow at a rapid rate; 65% of Fortune 500 companies had active Twitter accounts in 2010. This online presence comes with legal obligations to capture and save these communications.
Author: Michelle Sherman, The National Law Review, January 21, 2011
Interactive Guide to Electronic Discovery (Findlaw) resource Tools / Templates OCEG Reviewed
Based on the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), this tool will help develop knowledge of e-discovery practices and determine the best strategies for success with complex e-discovery issues.
Digital Investigations in the Cloud resource White Papers Member contribution
In this white paper, we look at the practical steps needed to ensure forensic investigations in the Cloud can progress unhindered. A methodology for investigating security breaches in the Cloud effectively starts with ensuring contracts are written in such a way that any possible future investigation is made possible from both technical and procedural viewpoints.