Our reliance on online communication tools have been accelerated by COVID-19 and remote working. But the collection of social media and website evidence is still often poor, and details of conversations are extracted out of context, so it becomes difficult or impossible to use the communications successfully for evidentiary purposes.
In this webinar with Pagefreezer, we will look at some of the latest trends, challenges, and best practices around social media and website evidence collection.
With over 1800 customers worldwide, Pagefreezer helps organisations to capture information from their own websites and internal chat tools as well as third party social media and websites — that appears, upon review, as if you are seeing it in real time in the context of the platform. You can take archives of team collaboration channels such as Slack and Workplace from Facebook, which preserves the communications in the way it was originally presented.
We will look at how these online content can be captured and archived in real-time, so that even if your content is deleted and taken down, you retain an unalterable record of your data.
For investigators looking into websites and social media they don’t own, all of the captures taken by Pagefreezer are preserved with all of the metadata. We will look at the challenges and solutions around collecting and authenticating social media evidence in this context.
Pagefreezer is a leader and innovator in this field and was the first to offer archiving of enterprise collaboration platforms like Workplace by Facebook, Yammer, and Salesforce Chatter. We are looking forward to learning more about evidence collection and preservation in this ever evolving ediscovery space in this live webinar.