Los Angeles, CA (PRWeb) E-STET, an eDiscovery company with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, announced today the launch of Screen i/o, a service dedicated to identifying and preventing data theft from within companies. Screen i/o looks at incoming, current, and outgoing employees’ data practices to identify threats and liability risks associated with the unlawful dissemination of companies’ proprietary data.
Following recent high profile data breaches caused by employees taking data from their current or past employers, Screen i/o reduces the risk of such security breaches through e-Stet’s proprietary forensic screenings and data monitoring. Screen i/o will provide consulting on crafting internal data policies that will improve company compliance with industry best practices for data theft prevention.
“e-Stet has seen that time and again, prevention is the best cure when it comes to data breaches from insiders” said Michael Dunn, President and Chief Operating Officer of e-Stet. “While there is a lot of focus on shadowy hackers, the biggest and most likely risk comes from employees who already have easy access to a company’s most sensitive data. Screen i/o is a critical part of minimizing this risk.”
Screen i/o will begin operations on July 1. Interested companies can find more information at screenio.e-stet.com.
e-Stet is a California-based legal technology company made up of computer scientists, lawyers, and entrepreneurs. e-Stet’s cutting-edge team enjoys pushing the legal tech envelope for its law firm and corporate clients with next-generation eDiscovery technology. The Los Angeles Business Journal rated e-Stet as the #4 best place to work in Los Angeles, and e-Stet has been on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 fastest growing companies in America list for two years in a row. Please contact e-Stet at contact(at)e-stet(dot)com or visit http://www.e-stet.com for more information.