Impact of Technologies Used By Remote Employees
The heavy adoption of communications tools like Teams, Zoom and Slack are shaping a "work-from-anywhere" future. For financial services firms, this widespread adoption has a significant impact on regulatory compliance.
How can financial organizations meet the regulatory compliance challenges these platforms create?
That’s what we’ll be discussing in our upcoming webinar on Tuesday, May 25 at 1pm ET | 10am PT. Our panel of financial industry experts will cover:
- How collaboration and conferencing tools are used for business
- Requirements for data retention and supervision of modern communications platforms
- The challenges of meeting regulatory requirements as new tools are introduced
- Effective supervision of remote work activities
- Best practices for adopting a work-from-anywhere business model
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VP, Information Governance,
Robert Cruz is Vice President of Information Governance at Smarsh. He has more than 20 years of experience in providing thought leadership on emerging topics including cloud computing, information governance, and discovery cost and risk reduction.
Director of Collaboration,
The Hartford Financial Group
Jocelyn DeMaio works as Director of Collaboration at The Hartford Financial Group, leading collaboration and productivity services such as Teams, Skype, SharePoint, Email, Voice, and Conference Room technologies. Additionally, she leads end-to-end consulting, engineering and audio-visual event execution for town halls, employee resource group events, and other multi-channel meetings. Jocelyn is an engaged member of The Hartford’s Professional Women’s Network and served for three years on its leadership team. She also co-leads the Health & Wellness pillar of The Hartford’s Women in Technology resource group. She is a leadership member of United Way Women United and is a member of their Women’s Leadership Council. On top of it all, Jocelyn is a small business owner of a fitness studio, Empowered Indoor Cycling & Strength in Glastonbury, CT. She holds a Master of Science from Eastern Connecticut State University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Connecticut.
Director and the Head of U.S. CIB Digital Compliance
Marina Kaganovich is a Director and the Head of U.S. CIB Digital Compliance at BNP Paribas. She specializes in advising on artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data privacy, robotics and digital transformation topics. Marina supports the firm in the design of strategic solutions, leading cross-functional projects and providing thought leadership and guidance on governance and implementation considerations.
Prior to joining BNP Paribas, Marina was a Vice President at Goldman Sachs, spearheading Compliance coverage of the Technology, Human Capital Management and Corporate Services divisions. Marina also held a dual role as Financial Regulatory Attorney and Compliance Manager at Thomson Reuters, where she oversaw the broker dealer compliance program.
She earned her juris doctorate from Brooklyn Law School and graduated with honors from the Bernard Baruch School of Business. Marina holds the FINRA Series 7, 24, 63 and 99 licenses.
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