How to Conduct an eDiscovery Investigation



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In a legal proceeding, “Discovery” is the exchange of legal information and known facts of a case. “eDiscovery” is the term used when this information is electronically stored. Litigation, government investigations, Freedom of Information Act requests… These are just a few examples of proceedings where eDiscovery might come up. As well as unexpected DFIR cases that become eDiscovery investigations.

In this video, we'll give you an overview of how DFIR professionals can conduct an eDiscovery investigation. Learn more on the Magnet Forensics blog: https://www.magnetforensics.com/blog/anatomy-of-an-ediscovery-investigation/
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