Companies have utilized technology that attempts to assess if an employee is trustworthy, The New York Times reports. Some software can offer nearly constant evaluations and watch for suspicious computer behavior, review employee credit reports and arrest records. Software could detect the tone of an employee’s emails to determine if their tone has changed. Skeptics of the tech advocated that insider threats to an organization should only be evaluated by the activity of an employee on work-owned equipment, and not try to build a behavioral profile of the employee.
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