According to Ralph Nickl, CEO and co-founder of Canopy, “Until recently, data protection regulations have outpaced technology and processes. Our software enables people to significantly expedite the assessment of compromised data following a security incident so that, in the event of a breach, they can respond within required timeframes and help minimize harm by notifying affected individuals faster.”
According to Exterro Founder and CEO Bobby Balachandran, “FTK Central’s new processing and review efficiencies address these challenges directly and decisively with powerful processing that can easily handle modern data sets. Forensics teams using FTK Central can now collaborate efficiently from anywhere on their own devices and quickly reduce lab backlog from years to months, from weeks to days or hours.”
Authored by industry expert Andrew Haslam, the eDisclosure Buyers Guide continues to be the most comprehensive and definitive resource available for data discovery and legal discovery professionals seeking to understand and evaluate eDisclosure-related services and products.
“We’re merely scratching the surface of what the application of AI to our industry can mean. Our customers recognize that while AI offers immense possibility, it must be thoughtfully designed and applied to address use cases that yield specific business outcomes,” said Mike Gamson, Chief Executive Officer at Relativity.
According to Ankur Agarwal, VP of Products at Venio, “At Venio, we know that unintended sharing of confidential data in the early days of litigation is the number one cause of poor case results. Venio ECA was designed to prevent confidential data exposure, allowing companies to reduce risks, control costs, and ensure their data remains secure.”
According to Exterro Founder and CEO Bobby Balachandran, “Speed and accuracy are of the utmost importance when conducting large breach reviews. Historically, organizations have tried to create their own cobbled-together solutions or repurpose technology not built for the task to understand, report on, and mitigate data breaches. The result was slow ingestion, processes that don’t scale, and inflexible data definitions that cannot detect emerging and important data types like PHI. With Exterro Smart Breach Review, our customers can now complete even the largest breach reviews in less time using fewer resources. The software’s AI-led identification and automated report data generation also significantly reduce the potential for errors and omissions.”
According to Dominic Piernot, co-founder of 24legal, “We are super excited to merge 24legal into Sandline, as our clients’ demands are growing to the boundaries of the EDRM. This is the ideal consultancy that can assist clients from information governance and document management through investigations and litigation support.”
“We are very pleased to close the merger with Xact Data Discovery and to see this major milestone in our evolution come to fruition,” said Andy Macdonald, CEO of Consilio who will continue as CEO of the combined company. “Employees will benefit from the increased resources and scale of the combined business which will allow them to focus on what matters most – providing world-class service and solutions for our clients.”
Developed based on the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) framework for artificial intelligence lifecycle stages and modified through the lens of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), the HaystackID Cyber Discovery Framework defines, depicts, and discusses a strategic framework that may be useful for understanding and applying the discipline of data and legal discovery in support of cybersecurity-centric challenges.
According to Mark Johnson, Chief Executive Officer at Gimmal, “With the addition of Sherpa, we are able to offer a unique combination of information governance capabilities to the market. Our feature-rich solution set, combined with deep subject matter expertise, sets us apart from any other information governance solution provider today.”