Download Today! New White Paper: Successful Employee Misconduct Investigations
Employee misconduct—both subtle and egregious forms ranging from time-wasting online shopping, to bullying, sexual harassment, and behavior related to gambling or pornography addiction—is a well-documented problem. When stakeholders in Human Resources (HR) and Legal need to determine whether misconduct has occurred, digital forensics plays a role in a standard, policy-driven investigative process.
Our new white paper describes three steps toward obtaining the key types of evidence often required in employee misconduct investigations:
- Target the most relevant data sources. This may only be data from proxy server logs, but it may also need to be matched with data from cloud, computer, and/or mobile.
- Find evidence that supports or refutes the claim by cutting through a potentially huge amount of data. AI, keywords, and filters can help correlate evidence across devices to establish activity timelines and prove malicious intent or exonerate the employee.
- Report results and collaborate with non-technical stakeholders who need to make a “terminate or don’t terminate” (or “with cause” vs. payout) decision.
Get “Successful Employee Misconduct Investigations: A Magnet Forensics Industry Insights Brief ” by filling out the form on the right.