By Joe Bartling, Bartling Forensic LLC Lately, many of our forensic cases include a social media and/or social networking component and its easy to see why. Many organizations, including corporations, Government agencies, non-profits, and medium and small businesses now allow some use of social media in the workplace, and some allow BYOD (Bring … Continue reading Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, YouTube and the New Era of Social Media Forensics
By Joe Bartling, Bartling Forensic LLC Bartling Forensic uses an innovative approach across the entire EDRM lifecycle to deliver case-specific outcomes quickly at a cost far lower than E-Discovery vendors who charge for case data “by the GB” at every stage in the process. No more “Per GB charges” at each and every stage of … Continue reading Effectively Manage E-Discovery Costs: No more bites of the Apple please!
By Joe Bartling, Bartling Forensic LLC Many companies have absolutely no idea how much electronically stored information (ESI) is resident in their firm at any given point in time, much less how much of it might be subject to, or relevant to, a particular investigation or litigation. Certainly, the firm wants to employ “best practices” … Continue reading Preparing Your Company’s ESI for Impending Litigation
By Joe Bartling, Bartling Forensic LLC A few years ago, my firm was engaged by a company’s law firm in response to a Congressional investigation. The matter required us to identify, preserve, and collect custodial electronic evidence among all of the senior leaders of the company. One of our custodians, the Head of Global Security … Continue reading Collecting and Processing “For Your Eyes Only” Electronic Evidence
By Joe Bartling, Bartling Forensic LLC In the E-Discovery industry, the Enron Data Set has become the “industry standard” corpus for E-Discovery technology providers, scientists, and researchers for a variety of reasons. In 2004, Carnegie Mellon researchers Bryan Klimt and Yiming Yang published a paper about the Enron data set, describing it as “a large … Continue reading The Enron Data Set – Where Did It Come From?