Corporations must now document compliance with a wide variety of regulations, such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, CA SB1386 and PCI. Each of these standards mandates that information, whether stored on paper or in computer files, must be inventoried by location and catalogued based on access and use.
And yet, digital information inventory procedures are rarely part of any business's core operations. Many organizations struggle with what information needs to be retained for legal or regulatory purposes, or what to do when essential data has been erased or storage media have been damaged. Corporations also face potential conflict of interest when handling electronic discovery in the face of subpoena or regulatory mandates. Without a trusted, secure relationship with an independent third party, there are no means to prove that an internal investigation applied all reasonable means to find the data in question.
Businesses improve productivity and cost-efficiency by outsourcing legal discovery and digital forensic tasks to Norcross Group. Our proven security procedures ensure that confidential information remains private, even when stored outside the corporate premises. We also deliver the consulting services necessary to integrate this knowledge into your organization's overall information management processes.