Regulated firms are subject to a growing number of regulations including MiFID II, Dodd-Frank, SEC 17a-4, that require recording and supervision of audio and electronic communications present in BlueJeans communications. In addition, dealing with the increase in communication over video creates additional compliance, risk, and legal concerns such as sharing PII; sharing the wrong data with the wrong person; making promissory statements or misleading claims; failing to provide appropriate disclosures in meetings; behaving abusively; and more.
Compliance teams must make sure new ways of communication like video are appropriately assessed, retained, and governed. Reviewers need seamless, full visibility into enterprise communications and the ability to easily manage compliance, retention, and surveillance in one place. Theta Lake’s captures and stores BlueJeans captures screenshares, video conferences, and conference calls to provide a new level of insight into e-communications.