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What is deNISTing?

Saving clients money on electronic discovery processing is one of the challenges facing attorneys, service bureaus and their clients. Due to the amount of data collected when imaging custodian hard drives the resulting processing and labor costs can be significant and...

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ESI Self Collection Drives and Kits

Electronically Stored Information (ESI) self-collection drives and kits have become popular in the last few years because they offer an affordable means of collecting electronic data for a legal matter without the need to hire an expensive forensic expert. This...

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What is a Hash Value?

A hash value is a result of a calculation (hash algorithm) that can be performed on a string of text, electronic file or entire hard drives contents. The result is also referred to as a checksum, hash code or hashes. Hash values are used to identify and filter...

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E-Discovery Collection

E-Discovery Collections also known as Electronic Evidence Discovery (EED) or Electronic Data Discovery (EDD) can include a review of all the data stored on employee desktop or laptop computers, company servers, camera cards, cell phones, smart phones, GPS devices,...

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How Much is a Petabyte, Exabyte, or Zettabyte?

As our electronically stored information (ESI) data universe continues to grow, we are hearing about increasing storage capacities. The size of a project in terabytes (TB - 1024 Gigabytes) comes up frequently and is often the amount of data that has to be collected,...

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Email Collection

Email Collection refers to the identification and isolation of electronic mail (email) messages that pertain to a specific legal matter in civil litigation cases. What gets collected What is actually being collected during email collections can be one of two things:...

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What is PST Regeneration?

PST Regeneration is used during electronic discovery processing or even during an ESI collection.  A Personal Folder File (PST) is a container file created by Microsoft Outlook which stores email messages and other data (i.e. contacts, calendar entries, tasks, to do...

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What is ESI (Electronically Stored Information)?

ESI (Electronically Stored Information) is the general term for all of the data stored on the hard drives, camera cards, cell phones, GPS devices, digital video recorders, digital answering systems, thumb drives, RAID arrays and any other form of electronic media...

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What is an Active File Collection?

Active File Collection refers to the collection of files that are active (not deleted) and pertain to a legal matter or legal hold. In most civil litigation cases, extensive forensic investigations that look at deleted files are unnecessary or too expensive. Thus,...

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ESI (Electronically Stored Information) Software Challenges

A couple weeks ago, I outlined what computer forensics and electronic discovery have in common and how they differ. I’d like to expand on this topic by identifying some common obstacles encountered when using popular computer forensic software for typical electronic...

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