EDRM develops and publishes e-discovery and information governance frameworks. Each framework is designed with two fundamental goals in mind. First, the framework should help people and organizations better understand the framework’s topic – what are the typical major steps in e-discovery, for example. Second, the framework should help them better understand what to do, at a practical level, with respect to that topic. The six EDRM frameworks are:
- Electronic Discovery Reference Model
- Technology-Assisted Review Reference Model
- Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM)
- Metrics Model
- Privacy & Security Risk Reduction Model
- Talent Task Matrix
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ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY REFERENCE MODEL
TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED REVIEW REFERENCE MODEL
INFORMATION GOVERNANCE REFERENCE MODEL (IGRM)
PRIVACY & SECURITY RISK REDUCTION MODEL
TALENT TASK MATRIX
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This post was created by JenW on August 27, 2020.