Fines, lawsuits and advice – lots of compliance-related topics that archiving can help with

This week is full of news that relates to how MessageWatcher can help organizations avoid fines, reduce legal discovery costs and aid compliance initiatives like ESG.

Archiving and policy-based monitoring of email, social media, messaging apps, web pages and collaboration apps can benefit any organization’s bottom line.

From The Wall Street Journal – JPMorgan Fined $200 Million Over Employees’ Use of WhatsApp and Other Messaging Apps

From – “By proactively implementing compliance functions and spending resources on anticipated problems, a company can both avoid regulatory actions and receive credit from the government”  Assistant Attorney General Todd Kim’s wrote in a prepared statement.

From NPR – Walmart sued for allegedly dumping hazardous waste in California

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