IT Security: E-discovery market maturing

The role of forensic technology tools in the legal system is becoming more vital, says Dr Vivienne Mee of Rits Computer Forensics.

15th June, 2014
Dr Vivienne Mee, Rits Computer Forensics. Picture: Maura Hickey

Prior to legislation towards the end of the last decade, the process by which a company or individual's legal representation got hold of electronic documents to assess evidence was onerous to say the least. Requests for data were often met with swathes of unstructured documents with little information on where to look for the answers you required.

However, said Dr Vivienne Mee, managing director with Rits Computer Forensics, ''we're at a point now where we...

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