An intelligent suite of eDiscovery, collections, culling, and forensics tools.
While much of SullivanStrickler’s solution set focuses on the mid to left side of the EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model) – namely Information Governance, Identification, Preservation and Collection – we also have the ability to take all of that data and run it though the Processing, Review, Analysis and Production side of the model. Leverage industry workhorse tools such as Nuix, along with in-house developed LEAR for ECA (Early Case Assessment) that feed into a Relativity instance, and manage your eDiscovery needs across the entire spectrum. Our dedicated Project Managers work hand in hand with your team to come up with the most efficient workflows, whether you are dealing with a few Megabytes of information, Terabytes, or more.
As a software and services provider, our engineers understand data down to the Hex level. Privacy regulations and modifications to the Federal rules of civil procedure around managing and producing data continually alter how the management of data is approached. We are experts in most industry-standard software platforms and provide support in any environment the client prefers. Given our vast history in working with electronic data and data formats, we know a thing or two about electronic discovery and we offer that knowledge to you as a competitive advantage.
SullivanStrickler has certified forensic experts who manage every facet of forensic data recovery. Identification, acquisition, preservation, analysis, and documentation of electronically stored data are coordinated as required for the matter at hand.
Our forensic experts increase the efficiency and accuracy of the digital forensic investigation process, without altering or compromising fragile digital information or risking defensibility.
Holding a variety of certifications, including CCE, CHFI, and EnCE, our experts can perform onsite or remote collections anywhere in the world.
We provide legacy data solutions to some of the world’s leading organizations.
We believe companies should have total command of their legacy data. What would you like to do with yours?
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