- Fortune, Thursday, June 30, 2016 8:33 AM
Cybersecurity firm Stroz Friedberg has developed a new tool that allows companies to detect leaks, theft or sabotage among employees by reading their email. There are already tools on the market that
can detect keywords in emails such as "embezzle" or "I hate this job," but the new tool goes beyond this. The tool analyzes employee frustration by looking at syntactic and grammatical clues,
workers’ anger, and financial or personal stress to identify if an employee might be motivated to steal from its company.
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