Report Reviews Compliance

Email forensics and eDiscovery expert raises questions about email compliance in report available from Forensic & Compliance Systems

January 29, 2008

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EAST NORTHPORT, N.Y. -- Think that email archiving and compliance is the job of your IT department? Think again, according to a new report from global forensic and eDiscovery expert, Stephen Mason. Your IT department is, at best only the custodians of the records,” says Mason in the report. Instead, the corporate secretary, typically one of the highest officers within an organization, is the true responsible party for email compliance, admonishes Mason. This and other sobering realities about email retention and compliance are discussed in “Email and Litigation,” authored by Mason and made available for complimentary download by Forensic & Compliance Systems (FCS), developer of the Cryoserver ( forensic email archiving and compliance solution, at

“Forensic & Compliance Systems believes it is important for CIOs, IT managers and organizational officers to understand the important information detailed by Stephen Mason in this report,” said FCS CEO Ralph Harvey. “We are pleased to be able to make this outstanding report available free of charge to organizations of all sizes that need to understand and take control of their email archiving and compliance requirements.”

Forensic and Compliance System Ltd.

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