Maneuvering the Madness of Cyber and ESI Education & Certification

Step one: Get the basics quickly, and stay ahead of the curve professionally.

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Step one: Get the basics quickly, and stay ahead of the curve professionally.

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  • Jennifer Chermoshnyuk, CISM

    Another alternative, that may be a better fit for e-discovery professionals who are interested in or have already pivoted to cyber is the CISM through ISACA. Similar to the CISSP, the CISM has an experience requirement but that experience can be in legal, regulatory, and risk management domains. Many e-discovery professionals have a good base of introductory forensics, data preservation, and more importantly we have a good idea of the influence and risks posed by non-compliance with laws and regulatory issues.

  • Lynn Frances Jae

    While Relativity is widely used throughout the eDiscovery industry, it is not the only tool in the market, and kCura isn’t the only company that has developed a comprehensive certification program. For companies that have adopted other tools, their certifications are of utmost importance. For instance, along with our Basic Reviewer and Power Reviewer certifications, iCONECT offers Administrator Certification, Advanced Analytics Certification, and NetworX Certification (for independent consultants that support clients’ iCONECT Xera projects). It is important that we not develop tunnel vision when speaking/writing about eDiscovery technologies.

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