You know the world grows more complex, data-saturated and multipolar by the minute — with fraud, corruption, regulations and enforcement all growing. At the same time, your organization’s critical information is exchanged and stored in increasingly decentralized ways — from computers and servers to mobile devices, cloud storage and the Internet of Things.
Given the explosive growth of electronic data that organisations produce today, the need for proper handling of relevant data supporting litigation and investigations has never been greater. Boards worry about risk, regulation and reputation. How do you minimise risk when gathering critical information? How do you plan and execute digital fact finding in a regulatory defensible manner? And, above all, how do you protect your reputation?
What’s on your mind?
- Have I identified and preserved all the relevant electronic data? Taking into account new risks and opportunities from cyber, social media, mobile devices, cloud and big data?
- Am I sure that electronic data has been handled appropriately in compliance with regulatory and legal requirements, including privacy?
- Who can help me understand and interpret large data sets efficiently and cost effectively?
How we can help
Our accredited lethal forensicators specialise in the identification and analysis of digital evidence. Whether it’s fraud, cyber incident response or intellectual property theft, we have the right combination of people, experience and capability to assist.
We support our clients responding to litigation or regulatory enquiries, locating the right information to avoid over reporting or under reporting. We facilitate the data management process seamlessly so you and your legal team can focus on the issues at hand.
Contact us to find out how we can turn your risk into advantage.