eDiscovery includes identifying, collecting, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) to support legal proceedings. Examples of ESI include emails, documents, presentations, databases, voicemails, audio and video files, social media and websites.
No. If you need access to items in order to ensure business continuity, you should contact the IT Service Desk at 1-888-457-4872.
Contact the IT Service Desk when:
- An employee leaves KP and you need access to his or her files or email for business continuity.
- An employee’s work materials need to be distributed, such as when an employee leaves KP and you need to access to his or her P: drive shared files.
Contact eDiscovery when:
You are dealing with a matter that may have legal implications. eDiscovery can assist with data preservation (backing up data), or litigation hold requests (if a court of law mandates KP to hold and preserve data)
Yes, anyone can request computer forensics services. However, the request must be approved by an HR, Compliance or Legal representative and submitted by one of these groups.