CFE, CII, FCIISCM, CATS, CCPS, CFAP
Make informed judgments by anticipating and planning for unexpected incidents, using your data for insight. With a disciplined and comprehensive strategy of e-discovery, you can get clarity and certainty amid crises while reducing business risks across international borders.
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E-discovery & Cyber Forensics
The world is progressively becoming more complex, data-saturated, and multipolar by the minute, with fraud, corruption, regulations, and enforcement all growing. At the same time, numerous organisations’ critical information is exchanged and stored in increasingly decentralised ways—from computers and servers to mobile devices, cloud storage, etc. 74 per cent of businesses say they want to be data-driven. However, it is virtually impossible to quickly collect and analyse the current and historical data when critical issues arise.
At Netrika, our expert teams of Digital Forensics and eDiscovery professionals can help your organisation navigate the legal and business processes mandated by critical events such as:
We help you carefully plan for and anticipate expectations, draw insight from your data and make informed decisions under pressure. We help mitigate business risks across global borders, extract insight from data by leveraging powerful data analytics tools, and bring clarity and assurance in the face of the crisis with a structured and holistic approach. We integrate with your legal and compliance teams to mitigate risks, provide insights, and preserve value.
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Organisations are trying to be proactive with their monitoring to spot suspicious people and packages before crimes occur.
We at Netrika aim to be in the top 5 in times to come soon, while maintaining cost competitiveness and quality of the work delivery.
The process of e-discovery forensics is taking data, typically documents, and searching through that data using keywords, date limitations, or other criteria to separate out documents deemed pertinent to the case.click here
E-discovery is important in cyber forensics because it looks for information in emails, business communications, and other data that can be relevant to a legal dispute or criminal investigation.click here
Electronic discovery involves a process through which parties interested in a legal dispute maintain, gather, examine, and communicate information in electronic formats with a view to using it as evidence.click here
By enabling law firms to gather and examine electronic material more quickly and effectively, e-discovery can help them save time and money and shield them from potential legal problems.click here
Data breaches or well-planned, coordinated cybercriminal assaults could also affect your business. In these situations, you will require e-discovery to help collect, preserve, process, review and produce relevant information.click here