eBook from AccessData to help CIOs and CISOs plan to meet changing demands

AccessDataAccessData has published a guide to help corporate information technology executives with the strategic technology planning needed for legal, compliance, human resources and investigative teams across the organisation.

The eBook is called CIO and CISO Guide to Digital Discovery Technology Planning. Mike Stevens, Chief Technology Officer of AccessData said “We wanted it to be a practical guide for busy leaders, so we also include checklists of recommended questions to consider when deciding what technology solutions to purchase.”

The five key sections in the e-book are:

Data Security – a look at how cyber threats and mobile device security issues impact compliance, investigative and e-Discovery processes.

Incident Response – a summary of key trends that demonstrate the increasing urgency for excellence in incident response inside corporations.

Regulatory Compliance – with regulators taking aim at corporate fraud and privacy protections like never before, the guide provides an overview of these and other key regulations.

Internal Investigations – a rundown of key insights to guide corporate internal investigations for technical audiences.

E-Discovery – a discussion of e-Discovery trends and a point of view on why connecting digital forensics and e-Discovery technology is crucial to eliminating waste and costly, inefficient processes.

There is more information, including a link to the eBook, here.


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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