AccessData webinar on 19 December: how to identify, assess and eliminate risk with AD RTK

AccessDataAccessData has for many years been a leader in the field of forensic software, designed to identify and retrieve information from all kinds of digital devices and resources. Its range of software for these purposes is called FTK.

Originally developed for criminal investigations, software like RTK has found new uses in a corporate environment. This is not just because volumes have increased; the range of risks faced by large organisations becomes wider, and develops more serious implications, every year. This is partly because of external threats; it is also because of the risk of insiders behaving badly in some way – either wrongfully removing information or using it (perhaps in ignorance and innocence, but perhaps not) in a way which is inconsistent with the law or with regulatory obligations.

To help organisations meet these challenges, AccessData has developed a new solution called RTK whose purpose is to identify and destroy information risk across your organisation, delivering enterprise-wide risk remediation with complete data visibility.

AccessData has been giving a series of webinars on this and related subjects. The next one is called How to identify, assess and eliminate risk with AD RTK and is to be broadcast on 19 December. There is a link to the registration form, which includes broadcast times in various time zones, at the foot of the series list.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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