Kazeon Adds Forensics

Kazeon ups the ante on forensically sound e-discovery

November 19, 2008

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Kazeon Systems, Inc., a leading provider of intelligent eDiscovery solutions, today announced KazForensics, an intelligent comprehensive set of forensics capabilities that creates new standards for complete authenticity of data and meta-data as well as maximum defensibility of the eDiscovery process. KazForensics provides end-to-end verification and accuracy of the eDiscovery workflow and maintains a complete chain of custody across the entire eDiscovery process, providing a completely transparent and defensible in-house eDiscovery solution for corporations, law firms, law enforcement agencies and legal consultants.

According to Gartner, The main objective of eDiscovery forensics is to ensure that ESI is protected against destruction or alterations. ESI must be gathered from various sources — including tapes, drives, portable storage devices and networks. A forensically sound image of the original information must be preserved, and a duplicate must be created for processing, review and analysis. Preserving potentially relevant objects is a complex process.”1 With its in-place analysis, review, collection, legal hold – KazHoldTM and KazForensics capabilities, Kazeon continues to redefine standards for functionality, usability and defensibility in order for corporations and law firms to balance the stringent legal requirements with the rising costs of eDiscovery.

Kazeon Systems Inc.

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