Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

eDiscovery

eDisclosure

Combining dynamic end-to-end electronic disclosure with digital forensics expertise.

Digital Evidence

Commercial disputes, although increasingly a fact of life, can be extremely damaging to a company’s reputation.

The increase in business reliance on electronic information has presented immense volumes of electronically stored data, which subsequently becomes digital evidence in the face of:

  • An internal review or investigation
  • Responding to a regulatory request
  • Complying with disclosure obligations within a dispute
  • Business dispute
  • Identifying past business data that relates to a current issue

The challenge faced with these volumes of digital evidence is how to get to the relevant information quickly and cost-effectively.

Electronic Disclosure

As a leading end-to-end eDisclosure provider, CYFOR combine industry recognised digital forensic expertise with a complete eDisclosure service. This offers a full breadth of complete electronic disclosure services to support law firms, corporate entities and government agencies in litigation, dispute resolution, investigations and regulatory disputes.

We are experts in handling client’s data and are focused on understanding the challenges they face when undertaking disclosure. CYFOR are dedicated to identifying the correct technologies and processes within our extensive portfolio to address specific challenges.

These innovative solutions are built around a flexible, scalable and defensible framework based upon efficient workflows articulated in the industry recognised Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) to meet electronic disclosure requirements.

Our multi-disciplinary team includes eDisclosure specialists, eDiscovery project managers, digital forensic specialists and database administrators. This broad experience ensures that a bespoke skillset is incorporated into the strategy management of every instruction.

CYFOR’s comprehensive service offering is enhanced by a ISO27001 certified secure infrastructure and ISO9001 quality management accreditation. This is a testament to our dedication and commitment to exceeding client expectations by applying appropriate quality control procedures at every phase of the eDisclosure life-cycle.

Technology Partners

Strong partnerships and full certification with ‘best of breed’ eDisclosure software vendors, such as Relativity, Clearwell and Nuix, enables CYFOR to provide a full suite of services for the disclosure of electronically stored information (ESI).

Core eDisclosure Benefits:

  • Effectively collect suspect data from relevant data sources in a forensically sound manner
  • Rapidly analyse large volumes of electronic documents to gain insight into case facts and determine case strategy, reducing the cost of organising and analysing data.
  • Provide detailed data metrics at the onset of a case, enabling accurate estimation of case budget and timeline.
  • Present results to clients quickly using an intuitive web based application.
  • Eliminate the manual review of irrelevant data, reducing the duration of each case.
  • Consolidate the entire eDisclosure process using a single application that eliminates moving data between disparate tools.
  • Automatic disclosure list – compliant with the Civil Procedures Rules.

Find out more about how our eDisclosure services can assist with your electronic information challenges

London: 0207 438 2045

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

Find out more about how our eDisclosure services can assist with your electronic information challenges

London: 0207 438 2045

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

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