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De Blasio’s Use of Encrypted App Sparks Legal Concerns

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s use of an encrypted messaging app raises legal and ethical questions, writes Marianna Shafir, with data security solutions company Smarsh. Transparency, especially for public officials, is key to public trust, and lack of transparency and data retrieval can result in damaging lawsuits, she says.

Read more on news.bloomberglaw.com
Five Best Practices for Today’s Stay-at-Home Workforce

Addressing the demands of a mobile, virtual, and stay-at-home workforce is not a new topic. Hiring the best talent — regardless of whether or not they reside in proximity to company facilities — is a competitive reality for many organizations. But the global coronavirus outbreak has suddenly amplified interest in this trend at companies large and small around the world.

Read more on cfo.com
10 Ways to Work From Home

Millions of employees are now working from home as many cities, counties and states have restricted travel and limited interpersonal interaction in an effort to lower the spread of the coronavirus as more people are impacted by it.

Read more on thestreet.com
These Are America's 1,000 Largest and Most Inspiring Private Companies

Inc. teamed with PrivCo to create an exclusive roster of the 1,000 biggest and brightest American companies that have stayed private. While many of these iconic businesses have been outperforming for decades, such as sheet music powerhouse Hal Leonard and winter sports maven Sport Obermeyer, this year's list also includes fast-growing newcomers like delivery service DoorDash and A.I. startup C3 IoT. Scroll down for more on these remarkable companies.

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A Legal Outlook On The Three Most Common Barriers To Upgrading Archiving Technology

Modern businesses have a more global reach than ever before. Technology has fundamentally changed the way employees work, communicate and collaborate. While global connectivity offers business opportunities, it also creates substantial challenges when it comes to archiving communications.

Read more on mondaq.com
Smarsh integrates with Brainspace to boost e-discovery

Smarsh is now offering integration with Brainspace, a leading data analytics platform for investigations, e-discovery, and compliance.

Read more on kmworld.com
Smarsh and Brainspace to Provide Advanced Analytics and Visualization Tools

Smarsh Enterprise Archive customers can leverage Brainspace machine learning to find new patterns in complex data, reduce time and cost for e-discovery

Read more on corporatecomplianceinsights.com
Smarsh Teams with Brainspace to Provide Customers Advanced Analytics and Visualization Tools for Electronic Communications

Smarsh Enterprise Archive customers can leverage Brainspace machine learning to find new patterns in complex data, reduce time and cost for e-discovery

Read more on aithority.com
County contracts for text message upkeep

The Henderson County Commissioners Court approved ,000 Tuesday for the Smarsh software service, which provides an archiving system for text messages.

Read more on athensreview.com
Natural Language Processing: Artificial Intelligence Ready for Prime Time

In the latest Star Wars film, “The Rise of Skywalker,” a droid robot is summoned more than once to ingest and sort through vast volumes of documentation to identify and extract critical data that helps the central characters win their battles in a galaxy far, far away.

Read more on garp.org
Advisers Working from Home Increases Compliance Risks

In response to the rapidly spreading coronavirus, some financial advisory firms are telling their staffs to work from home, a move that adds compliance challenges to the other problems caused by the pandemic.

Read more on investmentnews.com
Get Ahead, Stay Ahead: What’s Next for Compliance Tech?

Get ahead, stay ahead. That is the mantra that any good business leader repeats to themself every day. In theory, this means taking the time to understand what the future holds for your business, your industry and your competitors.

Read more on globalbankingandfinance.com
The Compliance & Ethics Blog

New categories of electronically stored information are quickly posing new sources of risk, not only for e-discovery within civil litigation, but also regulatory and internal investigations, as well as Freedom of Information Act requests.

Read more on complianceandethics.org
Tied Up: How Encryption Can Complicate Breach Investigations, Notifications - Legal Tech News

The popularity of encryption platforms may muddle investigations, and create some tricky liability under state breach notification laws.

Read more on law.com
Smarsh Expands and Enhances Support for Voice Compliance - Corporate Compliance Insights

PORTLAND, Ore., & LONDON, January 8, 2020 – Smarsh®, helping customers get ahead – and stay ahead – of the risk within their electronic communications, today announced the expansion of support for voice content within both its Enterprise Archive and Professional Archive platforms.

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