Embracing eDiscovery - Digital Forensics Magazine

Digital forensic investigators are dealing with large and growing volumes of evidence across an increasing number and variety of sources. This has stretched traditional forensic investigation tools and processes to capacity. All the while, budgets are tightening and backlogs increasing.

While there’s little police forces can do about their budgets, there is a lot they can do about working more efficiently with the resources they have. For digital forensic capabilities to match the realities of modern crime, investigators must work smarter not harder.

In this article, Paul Slater states that investigators can learn a lot from the way legal teams handle electronic discovery, which typically involves even larger volumes of digital evidence than investigations.

Read Paul Slater's article in the Digital Forensics Magazine to find out how you can meet the demands of today's digital investigations with the budget of 10 years ago.


Paul Slater

Paul Slater

Head of Investigation Solutions

Paul Slater is a subject matter expert with more than 20 years of experience in investigations, digital forensics and eDiscovery. Paul has held senior roles within law enforcement, corporate and Big Four advisory organisations. He was a member of the review board for the Association of Chief Police Officers’ Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence.

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