When an employee leaves, you understand that you will lose that person’s experience and institutional knowledge. But what if they take more than that?
A whopping 87% of employees who leave a job take data with them that they created on the job, and 28% take data created by others in the company – including corporate presentations, strategy documents and intellectual property. That’s a LOT of data leaving the company, and most take it with the intent to share it – sometimes with a competitor or to start a competing business.
So how can a company stop those exiting employees with sticky hands? This webinar will share best practices not only to seek out these culprits after they’ve left, but also to prevent the information from leaving in the first place.
Key topics include:
- How to find evidence of exiting employee data theft
- How to prevent data theft
- Correct procedures for handling a departing employee’s devices, including preserving data from:
- Cloud platforms
- MS Office and other computer software
- Chat applications
- Operating systems
- Social media networks
- Online activity
- Deleted files
- And more
Learn how to keep your company’s data in safe hands by joining us for this eye-opening and informative discussion.
Jason Park, CCFP
Senior Vice President of Digital Forensic Services
With over two decades of experience in eDiscovery and computer forensics, Jason has managed digital forensic examinations, data collection processes, social media discovery and other forensic investigation and analysis services for matters of all sizes and complexities. A Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP) and licensed private investigator, Jason’s diverse background includes computer forensics, eDiscovery, litigation support, consulting, software selection, team building and more. He has provided computer forensic and eDiscovery training to hundreds of companies and individuals and has helped to expand and diversify BIA’s comprehensive digital forensic services.
Brian Schrader, Esq.
President and CEO
Brian has over 20 years of experience in information management, computer technology and the law, and he has been a pioneer in computer forensics and eDiscovery. In 2002, Brian combined his experience in business and technology to launch BIA – recognized today as one of the nation’s leading eDiscovery service providers. Brian also helped pioneer DiscoveryBOT, the industry’s first light-touch live data collection tool, and TotalDiscovery, widely recognized as the first end-to-end enterprise SaaS platform for eDiscovery. Prior to BIA, Brian started several technology companies and practiced securities and corporate litigation. He has been engaged in hundreds of high-profile legal matters and has lectured and authored multiple articles on eDiscovery, technology and related topics.