KPMG is partnering with Guidance Software to offer services that use Guidance’s EnCase eDiscovery software with KPMG’s forensic technology services.

Guidance’s EnCase eDiscovery technology offers early case assessment, identification, preservation, collection and processing of electronically stored information, while KPMG International’s network of member firms with over 1,600 forensic professionals globally can provide companies with industry advice on managing e-discovery, and records and information management risk issues.

“This combination of technology and advisory services can help corporate, legal and government organizations improve management of electronically stored information amid an increasingly complex regulatory and active litigation environment,” said KPMG partner Chris Paskach, the firm’s service network leader for forensic technology, in a statement.

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