Which of the following definitions best describes what eDiscovery is?
Identifying, collecting, and producing electronically stored information in response to a litigation, investigation or regulatory request.
Reducing your risk of data loss due to cyber security threats and reduced claims of tampering.
Searching based on conditions and keywords, and refining content with advanced analytics.
With eDiscovery, organizations can review content in-place to identify sensitive or malicious content. What does in-place mean?
Data can be reviewed and redacted prior once exported to ensure that only most relevant data is being shared.
Data can only be in Exchange, SharePoint, OneDrive, or Teams.
Data does not need to be continually transferred out of Exchange or SharePoint to a third party hosted eDiscovery service.
Which feature lets you quickly validate search results such as the location that had the most items matching your query and the number and size of unindexed items?
Before uploading non-Microsoft 365 data into a review set, you need to have all files in the review set in folders. These folders are associated with which of the following?
Specific eDiscovery case
Specific file formats
Which analysis feature in Advanced eDiscovery attempts to mimic how humans reason about documents?
Optical character recognition
What is the primary difference between active and closed cases?
The case is no longer listed on the Advanced eDiscovery page.
You cannot edit a case once it is closed.
Holds that are associated with a closed case are turned off.
You must answer all questions before checking your work.
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