While technology and people are often seen as key elements of a company’s success, it is often not immediately apparent that there is a critical intersection between the technology and the human resources functions.

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As companies continue to gather and retain more and more data and as employees come and go, an emphasis on protecting proprietary and confidential information is required. However, waiting until the exit interview to ensure that proper measures are in place often leaves the company open to serious risks.

In a recent article in Employment Law360, StoneTurn outlines ways companies can ensure confidential information does not leave the organization along with departing employees.

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About the Authors

Sean Tuttle

Sean Tuttle

Sean Tuttle, a Partner with StoneTurn, leads StoneTurn’s Forensic Technology practice and brings more than 16 years of experience in managing investigations and litigation matters involving technology as a principle […]

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Patricia Smaldone

Patricia Smaldone, VP of Human Resources with StoneTurn, brings more than three decades of experience as a human resources (“HR”) expert with an emphasis on strategic human resources management, talent […]

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