I n t e l l e c t u a l D a t a
Intellectual Data offers reliable and professional solutions to help clients manage
their electronic data discovery needs with a strong presence in Asia and the United States.
Our comprehensive services cover the full spectrum of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM),
from data collection to document review and production.
At Intellectual Data, we understand that data security is of utmost importance to our clients.
Our state-of-the-art security infrastructure includes advanced firewalls,
intrusion detection systems, and secure data centers in Asia and the US.
We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of data security and providing peace of mind to our clients.
We run tests on all incoming data
to identify and isolate any potential threats,
including ransomware, APTs, and Viruses.
This ensures that any threats are contained
and neutralized before they can cause harm
We provide secure access to our clients’ data
with real-time detection & response to breaches.
Our protection mechanisms and user-based
access permissions and authorization controls
ensure only authorized users have access to data.
Our data center is managed using
the Microsoft Security Center
standard security protocol.
We employ physical and technical controls
to safeguard against unauthorized access,
theft, or damage to our clients’ data.
At Intellectual Data, we leverage advanced Technology Assisted Review technology,
including Active Learning, to accelerate the document review process and reduce costs.
Our advanced analytics tools enable us to perform in-depth analysis on document relations
and unique characteristics, allowing us to identify key patterns and trends in the data.
We combine technology with our expertise in data analytics
to deliver customized solutions that meet our clients' unique needs.
Contact us today to learn more about how our expertise
in data analytics can benefit your eDiscovery process.
Discovery under the Common Law is a reasonable legal process which requires all parties involved in the litigation to fully disclose information(or evidence) in order to improve discovery of objective facts. By doing so, information is shared equally, providing the same opportunity to prove one’s case for every party involved. Currently in Korea, the order to produce documents exist under the Law of Civil Procedure revised in 2002. However, proof of evidence is challenging as there are not strong sanctions in place by the court even if a party refuses to produce documents or produces incomplete information.
In such cases, many give up pursuing lawsuits even when they have clearly received damages or fail to prove damages caused by inequality of information. As the first Korean eDiscovery service provider- Intellectual Data established a company affiliated research center building on our top expertise, abundant experience and development skills referencing the US which has the most robust eDiscovery in place. Based on such strengths, we are working on development and research to set up a eDiscovery system and guidelines properly reflecting Korea’s situation.
CEO of Starrett Consulting Inc