Rampiva 302: Rampiva Connector to Nuix ECC
In 301 of our Rampiva 300 Series, we explored the impact of leveraging the Legal Hold Notification function in Rampiva Automate’s new Corporate Edition.
One of the most important aspects is the ability to automatically trigger forensic collections through Nuix Enterprise Collection Center for depending on each custodian’s specific responses to the Legal Hold Notifications. This helps streamline the process by which potentially responsive data is preserved. Depending on the project, Rampiva Automate can either hold the forensically collected data pending further developments in the case, or automatically initiate processing with the Nuix Engine and subsequently load for review into Relativity or Discover.
This same forensic collection process can be also be triggered directly in Rampiva by teams who want to consolidate the processing of data collected from laptops and desktops through Nuix ECC with data from network drives and cloud-repositories accessed via Nuix Workstation connectors.
Similarly, clients can connect their Matter Management or Security Orchestration platforms to Rampiva with our API and Webhooks, and automatically trigger collections in response to an event or ticket.
This flexibility relies on three important components of Rampiva’s administration of the Nuix Enterprise Collection Center:
- Integration with Active Director, which makes it easier to identify the devices belonging to specific individuals,
- Options to configure the type of collection being executed, including full forensic images, or targeted collections narrowed by date range and file type, and
- Just-in-time deployment of the ECC Agent , which allows teams to collect from any connected computer while limiting the presence of the ECC Agent to only the devices in scope and only for the duration of the collection, which in turn reduces CPU overhead on end-user machines and the overall network chatter.
A fourth component that is important exists outside of Nuix ECC – Rampiva’s direct upload capability. This allows users with access to Rampiva’s Scheduler to upload data directly from their browser and have that data automatically begin processing once the upload is complete and processing resources are available.
This combination of automatic triggers, just-in-time agent deployment, and direct upload can dramatically reduce latency upstream from processing and accelerate response time for projects.