It’s been another interesting year in the world of legal technology, and we here at Hanzo have covered a variety of topics in 2022. Last week, we covered the first 10 of our top 20 ediscovery and compliance blogs. Today we round out the list with another ten. Thanks for reading!
Will Change in SEC Recordkeeping Requirement Make WORM format Obsolete?
In a recent update to Rule 17a-4, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) stepped fully into the 21st century by dropping the requirement that electronic records be stored in a “write once, read many” or WORM format. Instead, broker-dealers can opt to continue using WORM format systems or use dynamic recordkeeping technology that provides an audit trail. But what does this mean? Read the complete article to learn more!
Analysis of SaaS API Limitations for Ediscovery and Compliance
When it comes to ediscovery and compliance, APIs can give users the ability to use 3rd party solutions to preserve, collect, and even cull data housed in a SaaS application; however, functionality is still limited to what the API is built to communicate. How will this affect your ediscovery and compliance efforts? Read the complete article to learn more!
The eDiscovery Process for Collaboration Data and SaaS Platforms
More and more, relevant data is found not only in the text on a webpage but in the interface as well. Toggles, dropdowns, and other dynamic elements which aren't a part of traditional exports can provide important information for internal investigations, compliance audits, and ediscovery, and having a solution that can defensibly preserve this data will continue to be an important part of the legal process. Read the entire article!
Four Reasons Why Dynamic Capture Technology used in Conjunction with APIs Supercharges Your SaaS Collection Process
If your digital marketing efforts span the entire internet, from your corporate website to social media channels, and involve dynamic, interactive, or personalized content, you need to ensure that your web archiving capabilities can keep up. This requires good communication across all stakeholders, including marketing, web development, IT, legal, and compliance departments. Read the complete article which includes four ways to align marketing and compliance teams when creating content.
Compliance Update: Unauthorized Messaging Apps Lead to 1.8B in Fines
According to a recent press release from the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), sixteen Wall Street firms were fined for widespread and longstanding failures by the organizations and their employees to maintain and preserve electronic communications. Read the complete article for compliance takeaways!
6 Compliance Challenges for Corporate Marketing Teams
The days of managing website archives with printouts or screenshots are long gone since modern sites contain thousands of complex pages for a single enterprise. However, even with such a large data burden, regulatory compliance still must be maintained through meticulous recordkeeping and website archiving. Read the complete article for six challenges corporate marketing teams might face when ensuring their websites, digital assets, and communications are compliant with federal and state regulations.
4 Compliance Best Practices for Corporate Marketing Teams
If your digital marketing efforts span the entire internet, from your corporate website to social media channels, and involve dynamic, interactive, or personalized content, you need to ensure that your web archiving capabilities can keep up. This requires good communication across all stakeholders, including marketing, web development, IT, legal, and compliance departments. Read the complete article here for four ways to align marketing and compliance teams when creating content.
3 Considerations Before Starting an HR Investigation
When looking at any process, there are often things to consider before step one, and HR investigations are no different. Here are three best practices your investigations team should follow once a triggering event has taken place but before the investigation has begun. Read the complete article!
Analysis Of The Importance Of Gmail For Ediscovery
Organizations that use Gmail for business communications need a way to preserve and extract discoverable information in the event of litigation. But that’s harder than it would appear at first glance. Read the complete article to learn more!
Google Ediscovery Best Practices: Drive API vs. Vault
Just because an API is available, doesn’t mean it may be suited for the task at hand. Some APIs are limited in the data and metadata they capture. So even if there is an API and a solution can connect to it, doesn’t mean you’ll get what you need. In other cases, there may be more than one API available for a particular data source, where one may be more effective for a particular use case than another. A good example of this is with Google Drive. Read the complete article to learn more!
How Regulatory Rulings Shape Compliance Best Practices
How do you ensure that your business complies with every law, rule, and regulation that governs its operations? Are you doing everything you can to write sound policies, monitor compliance, and respond to issues? Specifically, how are you keeping your enterprise data safe? Read the complete article for five best practices!
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