Achieving Compliance in Digital Investigations
How internal investigations can meet the demands of multiple regulations and frameworks with a unified solution
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As regulation and litigation increase, internal investigators must support an alphabet soup of compliance obligations: SOX, GLBA, FISMA, HIPAA, PCI DSS, regional privacy laws, and more. Although each regulation is different, reflecting specific risks and markets, these laws share common investigation requirements in three areas: policy, control infrastructure, and incident response.
Rather than prepare for and resource each compliance mandate separately, this paper demonstrates how in-house investigators can take advantage of computer forensics technology that supports these three key functions within a single base platform. We show how a common investigative infrastructure can enable appropriate investigative processes for disparate industry regulations and frameworks, and how it takes away the guesswork and reduces the risk. Plus, with this unified environment, enterprise teams - including HR, IT, and audit - can be as efficient as possible in responding to events and preparing audit- and court-ready materials.
In this effort to comply more successfully and efficiently, remote forensics can be a force multiplier. Your limited investigation resources can go farther, faster. Trusted by investigators around the world, EnCase Enterprise provides a consistent, scalable, industry- and litigation-proven framework for investigating fraud, HR and information security incidents.
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