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About Ricoh eDiscovery

Ricoh eDiscovery provides evidence and document management solutions. It delivers electronic discovery (eDiscovery) solutions that help legal teams in identifying, retrieving, and analyzing relevant data from any source. The company was formerly known as Commonwealth Legal and changed its name to Ricoh eDiscovery. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Mississauga, Canada.

Headquarters Location

5560 Explorer Drive Suite 100

Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 5M3,


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Latest Ricoh eDiscovery News

EDiscovery Provider Still Down A Week Later, Pledges To Be Back Tomorrow… Probably

Jan 4, 2023

Probably A week later, firms should have access to their reviews again. January 3, 2023 at 4:49 PM Shares0 Last Wednesday, RICOH eDiscovery informed customers that it would disable all external access out of “an abundance of caution” following what “may have been unauthorized access.” As of Tuesday, RICOH still had not restored service. That’s almost a full week, or to put it another, more entertaining way: RICOH hasn’t worked since last year! The vendor announced this morning that it would be back online at 8 a.m. tomorrow. That marks a full week to resolve what was… well, actually, we don’t really know what it was. On the morning of New Year’s Eve, the company wrote: We can confirm that based on forensics analysis, our investigation, and the report from our cybersecurity services partner SecureWorks, there is no indication that data has been accessed or compromised in association with this event. Furthermore, as of today, DBA analysis of the databases reveals no signs of unauthorized access, unexpected log entries or the creation of any new accounts. Encouraging news! It does leave unanswered what did happen that scared the company, but at least everything is safe. Then on the evening of the 31st, while everyone was alternately watching football or CNN transform one of its few good programs into an utterly unwatchable mess , RICOH conveyed this message: Our investigation reveals no indication that data has been compromised in association with this event, and, as of today. analysis of the databases reveals no signs of unauthorized database access, unexpected database log entries or creation of any new database accounts. Which is an awkward phrasing shift from “no indication that data has been accessed or compromised” to “no indication that data has been compromised… and no signs of unauthorized database access.” Carving it out into two issues is curious. Maybe it’s an innocent quirk of multiple wordsmiths at the helm, but the general rule when dealing with lawyers is to avoid rephrasing messages in a way that turns straightforward claims into qualified ones. Sponsored

Ricoh eDiscovery Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Ricoh eDiscovery founded?

    Ricoh eDiscovery was founded in 2000.

  • Where is Ricoh eDiscovery's headquarters?

    Ricoh eDiscovery's headquarters is located at 5560 Explorer Drive, Mississauga.

  • Who are Ricoh eDiscovery's competitors?

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