Reduce cost and complexity of eDiscovery
risk of spoliation.
Minimize downstream review and processing cost
Enable legal admins to process legal holds faster and drastically minimize data volume handed downstream with pre-culled data, reducing expenses.
Ensure authenticity and minimize data spoliation
Capture extended metadata, keep full audit trails, and maintain chain of custody, ensuring authenticity and alignment with EDRM requirements.
Preserve in place legal holds
Enable IT to quickly respond to legal inquiries, identify custodians faster with federated search, and securely place legal holds on stored data.
Litigation risk is driving up eDiscovery costs
The rise of the remote workforce, combined with an increasing risk of litigation, has created a crisis for businesses. While your organization’s data continues to become more fragmented, the challenges of information visibility and the ability to place legal holds on the multitude of data repositories for eDiscovery purposes becomes a chief concern.
As the requirement for eDiscovery and its complexity increases, companies are placing new importance on developing their own eDiscovery expertise, to streamline the eDiscovery data collection and preservation process, as well as gain early insight into data to better determine their position and course of action. Traditional approaches to eDiscovery are increasingly inadequate in the face of workforce mobility and an increasingly fragmented and complex information environment.
How is Druva different
Policy and rules automation provides compliance monitoring tools to easily keep account of key regulations, report violations, and implement defensible deletion.
Simple, comprehensive legal hold
- Legal hold management across your organization
- Reduce reliance on custodians
- Minimizes risk of spoliation
Proactive eDiscovery data collection
- Store data by date range and file type
- Preserve data across endpoints and cloud applications
- Identify legal hold data across users, devices, and storage locations
Chain of custody reporting
- Data fingerprinted for authenticity
- Meets legal hold defensibility
- Metadata collected per DOJ and EDRM guidelines
How it works
Roger Huff, Associate Director, Security Investigations & Forensics