Veritas Advanced eDiscovery User Guide
- About Veritas Advanced eDiscovery
- Getting started with Advanced eDiscovery
- About the Advanced eDiscovery user interface
- Advanced eDiscovery roles
- About Targeted Collections
- About labels
- About Tags
- About Searches in investigation
- About Mail Reassignment
- Working with the searched collaboration messages
- About Advanced ECA searches
- Case management
- Reviewing and working with emails in eDiscovery
- Email export
- Collaborative reports
- Advanced eDiscovery alerts
- Email Continuity
- Methods for searching cases and accounts
- Boolean operator searches
- Methods for searching tables and reports
- Advanced eDiscovery Frequently Asked Questions
- Best practices, limitations, and known issues
- Advanced eDiscovery updates in previous releases
Advanced eDiscovery term definitions
Table: Advanced eDiscovery definitions lists some specific terms that are used in Advanced eDiscovery and explains their meaning in this context.
Table: Advanced eDiscovery definitions
If your company is enabled for the Veritas Information Classifier service, you can simplify data management decisions by categorizing data based on classification policies. The Veritas Information Classifier integrates with Enterprise Vault.cloud to analyze the emails that Enterprise Vault.cloud stores. The Veritas Information Classifier service assigns classification tags to those emails that match the classification policies your Enterprise Vault.cloud system administrator has enabled.
The Veritas Information Classifier service assigns classification tags to the incoming emails that match the conditions of an enabled classification policy. Advanced eDiscovery users can search on the classification tags as part of their eDiscovery work.
In the context of Advanced eDiscovery, a custodian is anyone for whom your organization holds or has held an archive account. When an eDiscovery Administrator creates a case, they assign the custodians that the associated eDiscovery is to include.
eDiscovery is the electronic aspect of identifying, collecting, and producing electronically stored information in response to a request for production in a law suit or investigation.
General Data Protection Regulation. A regulation to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the European Union (EU). The GDPR aims primarily to give control back to citizens and residents over their personal data and to unify data protection regulation within the EU.
In the context of Advanced eDiscovery, this term means to examine and discover the factors of a potentially legal inquiry.
Apply a label to an email typically to mark it as exempt from the review process. The default labels are: Spam, Privileged, and Personal. You can create custom labels to suit your company's requirements.
A legal hold is a process that an organization uses to preserve relevant information for legal reasons.
In law, a case is a subject that is in controversy or in dispute. In Advanced eDiscovery an eDiscovery Administrator creates a case to act as a container in which to associate all the related emails and attachments for such a subject.
In Advanced eDiscovery a tag is a marker that can be applied to emails to help organize the process of investigation or review.