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Legal Technology Group, Inc.
333 South State Street, #V421
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
(503) 200-2936 

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21 Chain of Custody

 

Chain of custody refers to documenting the trail that shows the transfer of data or media. Your Litigation Response plan should document the providing and receiving party for media and data and their contact information; a signature of each party receiving the data; the date and time the data was transferred (including the time zone); the location of the transfer; purpose of the transfer of the data or media; and a unique identifier of the media or any other item that's received.

 

The unique identifier could be a serial number on the hard drive, the manufacturer's name, model number of all this information.

 

For data collected, identify the computer where the data was taken from and the location where the data is located on the computer. If imaging the hard drive, what software was used, how and when was it done, and how the data was received. For example, was it obtained as an image copy, a physical transfer, FTP transfer, email, or otherwise.

 

Describe your data collection practices, notes about the data not collected, information about how the data was kept in a secure way during the transport to the final destination, and any other information. Chain of custody does not end when the data collection is complete. There should be a log of chain of custody documenting all action taken with the original, as well as copies of the original data, and make sure that if you send your images or hard drives to vendors that they have a rock-sold chain of custody process.

 

Legal Technology Group

Phone: (503) 200-2936

Email: info@LitigationResponsePlan.com

 
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