Best Practices for Remote Collection of Employee Devices in 2022

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Monica Harris, Product Manager with Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions

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1 in 3 U.S. employees use their own computer and smartphone to enable remote work. 69% of mid-size organizations in North America cited data loss when an employee leaves. These staggering statistics from 2021 are only going to continue to grow as remote work is now a way of life. Changes in how and where employees are working is directly impacting how eDiscovery practitioners can securely and efficiently collect from employee devices. Employee computers have a mix of business and personal data whether they are corporate issued devices or BYOD. With employees moving more than ever between jobs, it is critical the right data is preserved. In addition, technology continues to rapidly evolve. The latest operating systems can prevent tools from collecting or finding evidence on Android, iOS, Windows and Macs if investigators are not up to date on the latest best practices. Join us for upcoming webinar where Monica Harris, Product Manager with Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions and Derrick Donnelly, Principal Scientist with Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions, will review the best practices for remotely collecting from Android, iOS, Mac and PC devices in 2022. Can’t make the webinar? Stop by Booth 225 at Legalweek and join us to see Monica present “More than 6 feet apart – Connecting with your remote workforce through remote collections for mobile and computer endpoints”.

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