Content Assessment: Defining Cyber Discovery? A Definition and Framework
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Defining Cyber Discovery? A Definition and Framework
Provided for your review and use is a non-comprehensive overview of definitions, depictions (graphical), and descriptions that may be helpful in considering the conduct of cyber discovery. The presented overview* represents a framework based on high-level artificial intelligence lifecycle stages as developed by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) (1) modified through the lens of traditional eDiscovery planning and practices grounded within the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) (2). The modification attempts to combine computer-centric artificial intelligence and machine learning models with data and legal discovery developed protocols and tools to provide a high-level generic reference model for considering cyber discovery stages and tasks.
In discussing the framing of cyber discovery stages and tasks within a generic reference model, it is first important to provide several definitions that may be helpful in understanding the relationships between cyber discovery, data discovery, and legal discovery.