Automating Remote Mobile Collections for eDiscovery and Investigations
Duration: 15 minutes
Mobile data is more important than ever to eDiscovery cases and investigations. According to a recent industry report from Relativity, over 75% of eDiscovery cases and investigations include mobile device.*
That number is expected to increase as short message communications become more prevalent in business. In today’s hybrid work environment, custodians can be in the office or at home across the globe. Maintaining data privacy on mobile devices that contain a mix of personal and professional information is a major concern and preservation of mobile data in an expedient manner is crucial to avoid sanctions. .
Tune in to this on-demand webinar with Monica Harris, Product Business Manager, and Jeff Hedlesky, Lead Sales Engineer, for a discussion and demonstration of a transformative remote mobile preservation, collection and review workflow that targets meaningful data on phones and tablets for eDiscovery review.
Monica Harris is a product manager at Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions. She has over 15 years of experience in the litigation technology vertical. She has a passion for the development, implementation, management, marketing, and training of proprietary and software for companies such as Epic, KLDiscovery and Consilio. Before joining Cellebrite, Monica worked with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration where she spent years overseeing policy and procedure curation, implementation, rollout, and training for eDiscovery enterprise solutions. Monica is an active leader and mentor in the litigation technology community and currently serves as President of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) DC Chapter, is a Board Member of the Master’s Conference and is a former Assistant Director of the DC Women in eDiscovery (Wie) Chapter.
Jeff Hedlesky is a 40-year technologist from the United States. His industry experience spans a broad range of hardware, software, semiconductors and research, both with domestic US and international companies. He has worked in and around Digital Forensics since 2002. Jeff has been with Cellebrite for two years, globally supporting the Enterprise Solutions business unit, in a solutions engineering role.