E-DISCOVERY IN CYBER INVESTIGATIONS

2016 Relativity Fest Recorded Session

Learn more about using e-discovery tools when responding to cyber breaches.

At Relativity Fest 2016, PwC discussed areas in which cyber security and e-discovery dovetail in the increasingly interdependent data landscape and how you can more efficiently respond to breaches. They shared tips to help identify or provide evidence of insider threats, or simply ensure highly relevant data to the cyber investigation is adequately preserved, collected, and ultimately analyzed.

In this recording, you'll learn about:

  • Where the biggest cyber threats start
  • How to apply e-discovery tools during cyber investigations
  • Using Relativity to analyze data and determine how damaging a breach is

Participants:

Douglas Bloom
Director of Cybersecurity
PwC
Anthony Moeller
Director of Forensic Technology
PwC
Doug Kaminski
Director of Major Accounts
Relaitivyt
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Meribeth Banaschik

Senior Associate
Noerr-Dusseldorf

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David Horrigan

e-Discovery Counsel
Relativity

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Chris Dale

United States District Judge


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David Waxse

United States Magistrate Judge


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David Horrigan

e-Discovery Counsel, Relativity


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Learn about e-discovery in cyber investigations. Watch the discussion today.

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