Parts one and two of this article delved deeply into the complex overlap and equally stark differences between the current state of both e-discovery and cybersecurity with the hypothesis that the history of e-discovery is a predictor of the future of the cybersecurity when it comes to the job market. Part two concluded by putting the history of ESI into chapters: 2000-2004, The Wild, Wild West; 2004-2008, Standardization and Stabilization; 2008, Depression; 2009-2011, New Tools, Rules & Schools; 2011-2013, Massive Maturation; and finally 2013-2016, Consolidation.
If the history of e-discovery is the future of cybersecurity, then what should one expect for the future of e-discovery? How long will the current period of consolidation continue? What will be the next chapter in e-discovery’s never-ending reinvention? How closely will the next 10 years of cybersecurity job trends mirror e-discovery’s past?
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