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HaystackID adds biometric security features to remote review services

New enhancements will add additional security layers to eDiscovery technology
 

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HaystackID is adding a set of new biometrics features as part of its 3.0 security enhancements. Features include user movement tracking, unauthorized user detection, and webcam ID verification using face biometrics.

The company provides remote review and computer forensic services to companies facing data-intensive investigations, and offers the above services as part of its customizable Elite Level package.

“The need for secure remote work has never been greater. But every matter has different policy and security needs, and we are adapting our technology accordingly,” said HaystackID Chief Information Security Officer and Forensics President John Wilson. “For those organizations needing the most secure technology out there, 3.0 provides them with that extra protection ensuring that only the authorized user can access their data.”

Beyond biometrics, HaystackID uses several security layers for its remote security review. Features are customizable and consist of three key tech generation components such as Adaptation, Integration, and Optimization. The new security measures will enhance HaystackID’s recently launched ReviewRight Protect service, which allows companies to assess exposure and identify data jeoprodized in data breaches.

HaystackID Senior VP and Review Services General Manager Matt Daimler praised the new additions.

“Security has always been an essential part of our remote review,” he explains. “But since we first offered it in 2014, we have had to adapt to rapidly changing security risks. Now increased cyber threats and exponential growth in remote work due to the pandemic have driven the need for even greater protection. Our 3.0 platform is the next step in that evolution using cutting-edge, next-generation technology.”

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