Certified eDiscovery Analyst, CeDA

Become a CeDA – Certified eDiscovery Analyst. The Certified eDiscovery Analyst course is ideal for individuals, eDiscovery practitioners, managers and executives, interested in acquiring knowledge across a wide array of eDiscovery practices and principles.
This certification testifies to your understanding and expertise in eDiscovery, as an analyst.

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Course Style

Live Instructor Led. Face-to-Face or Attend-From-Any-Where

Skill up and get certified, guaranteed

What is included?

  • 4 days of training
  • Course material/Slides
  • Examination Fees
  • 97% Certification Success in First Attempt
  • Classroom training Or Attend-From-Any-Where
  • Training delivered by Professionals with enormous industry experience 
  • Total comprehensive exam preparation

What you will Learn?

This course will help you understand the e-discovery workflow and begin building core competencies to tackle e-discovery projects

Additionally, you’ll learn all the essential concepts of eDiscovery and the obligations imposed on litigants to preserve, collect, review, and produce ESI in the discovery process. You’ll examine the types and characteristics of ESI, along with methods and systems for complying with each step in the e-discovery process. 

This course is the official preparation for the Certified eDiscovery Analyst (CeDA) examination.

Who should attend?

  • eDiscovery Analysts
  • eDiscovery Project managers
  • eDiscovery Consultants
  • eDiscovery Technicians/Specialists
  • Digital Investigators 
  • information managers
  • IT and computer forensic experts of all kinds
  • eDiscovery vendors employees

Course Dates

05 – 08 Feb, 2024
15 – 18 Apr, 2024
10 – 13 Jun, 2024
12 – 15 Aug,2024
14 – 17 Oct, 2024
2 – 5 Dec, 2024

Course Outline

What is eDiscovery and electronic store information (ESI)

ESI such as: Emails, Text and SMS messages, Social media communications, Digital photos and videos, Instant messages, Global positioning data, IoT devices, and more

Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)

Electronic Discovery Reference Model – Stages and Stages Standards

Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) – Limitations

E-Discovery Process Influencers: Size and Nature of the Company, Industry, Data Infrastructure, Location/Jurisdiction

The Hardware and Software Essentials
Concordance Basic Functions – Database Use in eDiscovery and the Law
Audio, Audacity – Enhancing Audio and Detecting Alterations in Audio Files, Placing labels inside an audio file, Using Onenote to index an audio file
Searching the Web for eDiscovery Information
Examining Metadata in eDiscovery to Uncover Hidden Information Using Metadata Viewer and Other tools
Inventorying Data on Hard drives, Disks and Sticks – Software for eDiscovery Archiving and Examination – Including DOS commands and Directory Lister
Relativity as an E discovery Tool – the Basics
Nuix Software and Its Use in eDiscovery
Recovering Deleted Files Using Prodiscovery and other tools
Making Forensic Copies of Hard Drives and Backing Up E discovery data
Creating eDiscovery Databases Using MS Access
The Sedona Principles and Critical Software and Hardware Related to these Principles

The computer software utilized in “eDiscovery” to assure both conformity to these principles and to uncover “edetails” relevant to the litigation are the focus of this webinar series.

The essential tools for uncovering, preserving, analyzing and documenting electronic (computerized/digital) data will be presented. Demonstration of how to detect altered electronic data

ISO/IEC 27050
Evaluating eDiscovery Software Providers
Evaluating eDiscovery Offerings: Cost, Features, Security, Deployment Options, Reviews
Team Organisation and Operational Issues
Spoliation and Sanctions
eDiscovery and the Right to Delete
Location of discovered data – As an issue
Lawyers – The Good, Bad and the Ugly
Discovery requirements and common mistakes

Establish key best practices

  • Focus on employee involvement
  • Ensure that IT and legal understand each
  • Develop good eDiscovery policies. 
  • Implementing deletion policies 
  • The importance of litigation holds.
  • Implement the right technologies 

Case Assessment / Quiz / Practical and Demos

Best practice recommendations

Prerequisites

The main requirement for participating in this training course is having a general knowledge of the eDiscovery concepts.

Are you ready to get started?