Collaborate with your Incident Response team 

Gain visibility into breached locations

Analyze files that are critical to open cases 

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How to Handle a Cybersecurity Breach During Litigation 

Prevent spoliation with 6 steps.

As an in-house counsel, learn how to team up with your data security team to protect digital evidence. 

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How to Ensure that Critical Evidence Is Still Admissible?

Gain Visibility Into All ESI Locations with NetGovern

NetGovern's extensive connector list allow organizations to sample and review communications in all relevant locations at once.

Microsoft Exchange Online & On-Premise

Exchange

Office 365

Sharepoint

Slack

Egnyte 

Citrix ShareFile 

File Shares

Box for Business 

& Many more

OneDrive 

MS Teams

Office 365
Citrix ShareFile
Slack
OneDrive
Sharepoint
MS Teams
Box for Business
LEARN MORE ABOUT NETGOVERN eDISCOVERY

Simplify the Process

Enable legal to perform the eDiscovery process end-to-end, without the help of IT, so investigations can remain confidential. 

Avoid Copying Data to Other Mediums

Provide counsel with a temporary access to your data instead, so it can remain in your system, behind the trusted protections built for it.

Collect Only What You Need

Ensure that a breach wouldn’t disclose more sensitive information than what’s relevant to your case.

Preserve it with Legal Hold

Use NetGovern's litigation hold capabilities. Place data under hold as you go, or automatically preserve data with a set of criteria, to ensure its integrity, immutability, and defensibility. 

More details in our 6-step process
Prevent Spoliation of Evidence
Collaborate with your Incident Response team
Gain visibility into breached locations
Analyze files that are critical to open cases
More details in our 6-step process

Minimize Security Risks with In-Place Search Capabilities

Egnyte
File Shares

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