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1. CL109 Archiving and e-Discovery for Novell GroupWise Jim F. Lundberg Vice President, Legal Novell, Inc. Travis Grandpre Product Marketing Manager Novell, Inc.
2. Why are Archiving and e-Discovery Issues Becoming More Significant? Legislation and Other Rules HIPAA SOX GLB FRCP Recessionary Times Cost cutting across all Corporate Budgets Fortune 500 impact 2 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
3. Email Life Cycle Creation SOX Demonstrate origination from a specific person HIPAA Protect against unauthorized access and include necessary disclaimers Outside messages require inbound verification and protection to avoid inappropriate content or security risks 3 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
4. Email Life Cycle Distribution HIPAA Must prevent unintended distribution of health information GLB - Must prevent unintended distribution of confidential personal financial information SOX Audit capabilities of distribution Protecting against unauthorized distribution of trade secrets or confidential information 4 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
5. Email Life Cycle Retention HIPAA, GLB Requires protection against unauthorized access HIPAA, SOX, Litigation Ability to search and retrieve. Litigation & audit - Protect against deletion or loss during. 5 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
6. Email Policy Considerations Identity verification Information protection Content filtering Archiving and preservation Proof of compliance Authentication Virus and spam protection 6 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
7. Electronic Discovery Obligations Evolving Standards in Litigation New Cases Every Day (e.g. The Pension Committee of the Univ. of Montreal, et. al. v. Banc of Am. Securities, LLC, et.al.) Duty to preserve arises once a party reasonably anticipates litigation. Failure to preserve evidence resulting in the loss or destruction of relevant information is surely negligent and may be grossly negligent or willful. Gross Negligence where there was no evidence that the defendants did anything to stop routine destruction. Gross Negligence where loss of data due to unfamiliarity with retention policy. Failure to collect or properly review can be grossly negligent or willful (includes former employees). 7 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
8. Spoliation Spoliation refers to the destruction or alteration of evidence. Courts have inherent power to impose sanctions for spoliation. Sanctions include: Fines or cost shifting Evidence Preclusion Adverse Inference - presume lost data was favorable to opposition's case Dismissal or Default Judgment Severity of Sanction is generally based on the Judge's determination of party's negligence and relevance of data. 8 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
9. Electronic Discovery Process Identification Preservation Collection Review Forensic data analysis Production *In 2008 - Fortune 500 companies estimated cost of litigation at $210 Billion (1/3 of after tax profit for that year) 9 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
10. Identification What machines are connected to a network? Ability to identify individual files contained in email system Identifying requested information (ie.. file type, creator, custodians, access dates, keywords) 10 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
11. Preservation Files and metadata Tracking preservation requests - Litigation holds Holding in place or Copying to secure repository 11 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
12. Collection Automation vs. Custodian directed If responsive requires copying for processing. Collection reports and logs Preserve integrity of metadata 12 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
13. Review Inclusion vs. Exclusion Search capabilities Identification Recognition Bates Numbering Categorization Privileges Redaction Work product Native File Format viewers Attorney-Client Exporting to various formats Confidentiality) litigation support databases or other review products 13 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
14. Forensic Data Analysis Metadata Custodian access Analysis of multiple repositories 14 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
15. Production Electronic files vs. Hard Documents Native format Other format (ie. XML) 15 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
17. Partner Solutions 17 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
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