Digital compliance has become more complex and more challenging during Covid. As remotely-based teams have replaced face-to-face meetings with digital video and communications channels, sensitive, business-critical data is being shared in ever-greater volumes across a multitude of platforms. Simultaneously, data retention requirements have intensified due to regulations, increasing the need for more robust compliance-related policies and governance for enterprises.
We recently invited a panel of experts to our latest Veritas L!VE episode to make sense of this shifting landscape of digital compliance. Joining me [Anthony Cusimano] on our panel were:
After asking each of our panelists to tell us their desired superpower—flight, time travel, and dog whispering came up—we dove into some of the best practices that companies should be following to stay ahead of digital compliance.
Some of the best discussion was focused around what compliance and IT teams can do to ensure data being shared via communication platforms (e.g. Slack, Zoom, Teams, instant messaging, and text) is being protected, backed up, and meets compliance requirements.
We also had some great questions, including one from someone interested in how they can get a job at Veritas! Find out more about Veritas careers here: https://lnkd.in/gpc62cTy.
Watch the full episode below, and you can find out more about how Veritas provides enterprise-level advanced eDiscovery in our Sept. 29 Webinar: https://vrt.as/3DZ0r5K
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