This training program will offer best practices to ensure effective and compliant management of electronic business records. It will also discuss what the law and regulators demand when it comes to the compliant retention and disposition of email, text messages, social media posts, and other ESI.
Why Should You Attend:
Compliance with data breach notification laws, FDIC, E-Sign, and other laws and regulations is mandatory. Noncompliance could result in costly litigation, regulatory fines, security breaches, and damaged reputations. This webinar will reveal a seven-step strategy for the effective and compliant management of electronic business records.
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Who Will Benefit:
A recognized expert on electronic policy, compliance, and communications, Nancy Flynn is founder and executive director of The ePolicy Institute™. An international training and compliance management firm, The ePolicy Institute is dedicated to helping employers limit electronic risks, including litigation and regulatory investigations, through effective policy and employee education. The author of 13 books including The Social Media Handbook and The ePolicy Toolkit, Ms. Flynn is an in-demand speaker who conducts onsite and online training for banks, credit unions, financial services firms, legal professionals, and others worldwide. She also serves as an expert witness for the federal government and law firms engaged in email- and Internet- related litigation. Nancy Flynn has been featured by Fortune, Time, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Businessweek, Forbes, BBC, NPR, ABC World News, CBS Early Show, CNN Anderson Cooper, and CNBC among other leading news organizations.
Federal and state law requires banks, credit unions, and brokerage firms to retain email, social media posts, and other electronically stored information (ESI) in compliance with e-discovery guidelines. The FDIC requires banks to retain electronic business records in adherence with the E-Sign Act. FFIEC, GLBA, FINRA, SEC, SOX, and other regulators have issued guidelines governing the financial industry’s retention of electronic business records. Many financial institutions have unwittingly established unlawful online banking and record retention programs in violation of the federal E-Sign Act and FDIC rules. Others are challenged by the legally compliant management of email and other forms of ESI. Thanks to mobile devices and social media, financial institutions and financial services firms face growing pressure (and confusion) when it comes to the compliant creation, retention, and disposition of business record email, social media posts, text messages, and other ESI.
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