eDiscovery and Data Breaches08/22/2019
eDiscovery and Data Breaches
When used in the wake of a data breach, eDiscovery tools can help companies manage their legal and regulatory risks through the inventory of compromised sensitive information. At the Net Diligence Cyber Risk Summit, we spoke to Carolyn Purwin Ryan of Cipriani & Werner and Larry Brown of Epiq about how these technologies help companies improve both incident response and litigation readiness.
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