HaystackID Releases Enhancements to Its Review Technology

Businesses conducting remote review can reduce cybersecurity threats with a new portfolio of 3.0 security enhancements from specialized eDiscovery services firm HaystackID.

A pioneer of remote review, HaystackID has conducted more than 1,000 remote review projects and now offers additional customized levels of security, including highly specialized layers to protect against malware and unauthorized access to data.

“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 president of forensics 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.”

To ensure the appropriate level of security for specific policy, privacy and project needs, the new offering from HaystackID consists of distinct and synergistic features delivered in three different customizable packages. For those needing the most secure protections, the elite level uses revolutionary biometric AI technology and features the latest in webcam identity verification technology, including the detection of unauthorized users/objects (cameras/phones) and tracking of the user’s movements and focus.

All three levels ensure connection, communication and compliance with the most stringent legal and regulatory security and privacy requirements.

“Security has always been an essential part of our remote review. But since we first offered it in 2014, we have had to adapt to rapidly changing security risks,” said Matt Daimler, HaystackID’s senior vice president and general manager of review services. “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.”