Nov 28, 2017 11:26:44 AM
Nov 15, 2017 3:42:11 PM
InfoSec for e-Discovery
The security and confidentiality of records produced in eDiscovery are becoming more urgent issues. These issues can be addressed with Netmail’s Hadron federated search tool.
Traditionally eDiscovery in a lawsuit means records are physically delivered from the producing party into the possession of the requesting party. The records can contain highly sensitive data, such as medical details, trade secrets, personally-identifiable information about consumers and the like.
Sep 28, 2017 8:00:00 AM
A New vision for 'Hostile eDiscovery'
Netmail is pioneering new technology for what might be known as “hostile eDiscovery.”
Hostile eDiscovery happens when a party who is adversarial to the management of an enterprise conducts a search for records, without the cooperation of management. Examples of adversaries might be:
Sep 26, 2017 3:00:00 AM
September 26, 2017 – Orlando, FL, Microsoft Ignite Conference
The major challenge for organizations running eDiscovery is the complexity of collection. Netmail changes the economics of eDiscovery by giving power back to the inside council, for their team to review directly in the original data repository before collecting it. This ensures that only the relevant data is used in the discovery process-reducing review and collection timelines and providing early case indications.
Sep 25, 2017 3:00:00 AM
September 25, 2017 – Orlando, FL, Microsoft Ignite Conference
The on-demand Hadron platform supports both on-premises and cloud-based environments and ensures sensitive and private data stays protected during audits
Netmail, Inc. and Project Hosts, Inc. announced today that they have teamed up to deliver Netmail’s Hadron Data Auditing and eDiscovery services to healthcare organizations as an on-demand service from a HIPAA/HITRUST compliant Azure Cloud. Netmail will be demoing their Hadron solution in a HIPAA/HITRUST Azure Cloud at the Microsoft Ignite #MSIgnite conference in Orlando, FL, September 25-29, in booth #1244.
Sep 20, 2017 10:00:00 AM
With Netmail Hadron, construction companies like The Weitz Company, one of the oldest general contractors in the United States, can easily manage all of their data, apply policies on that data, and instantly perform eDiscovery searches across all cloud and on premise platforms simultaneously. “As a construction company,” says Ryan Sinnwell, the Infrastructure Manager at The Weitz Company, “our data is spread across multiple file systems, archives, and file sharing solutions like Box. With Netmail Hadron, we can search, produce, and export exactly what we're looking for, in order to respond to eDiscovery requests. So it doesn't matter if we have data in on-premise repositories, in one cloud, or in multiple clouds, we can perform eDiscovery searches across all of our platforms simultaneously.”