Discovery in a Disappearing World
Contemporary Approaches to Mobile Devices, Ephemeral Messaging, and Cloud Sources
The popularity and usage of mobile device applications and cloud-based collaboration and storage platforms has grown immensely in recent years in large and small businesses alike. The ability to connect a workforce through collaborative software has helped increase operational efficiency, organization, and scalability. At the same time, an adverse relationship with legal discovery has occurred; these applications and systems are usually cloud-based, cannot be collected with traditional forensic tools, and often export data in formats that are problematic for discovery review platforms. Furthermore, many of these platforms are ephemeral by design, meaning that data retention is challenging (at best) or impossible (at worst).
This webinar recording discusses advanced approaches to forensic data collections and document review of data from mobile device and cloud platforms. Topics we will cover include defensible mobile device acquisition, mobile device legal review options, ephemeral messaging applications, and how to defensibly obtain data from cloud-based platforms like Slack, Jira, Confluence, Salesforce, Zendesk and more.