Why you shouldn’t go without our Dodd-Frank, MIFID II, PCI-DSS and HIPAA compliance services: In regulated industries, recording of communication is not a choice – it is a must-have in order to remain compliant. Designed for today’s modern communications environments, our recording and analytics solutions make it easy to meet key compliance standards such as Dodd-Frank, MiFID II, PCI-DSS for finance, or HIPAA for healthcare, among others.
With our compliance service tools among others you won’t have to worry about compliance issues any longer. Proactively protect your business by mitigating your financial and reputational risk of non-compliance!
With all communication being captured and automatically analyzed with AI, you can rest assured that your business is compliant, and you have the records to show it.
Every single conversation and meeting are captured and tracked from meeting point to storage, without exception.
Full parallel and geo-redundant recording and storage ensure compliance at all times, independent from the underlying infrastructure.
E2E encryption of data in transfer and fully integrated user rights management prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information.
Powerful search and easy replay of that one transaction that is crucial to meet regulatory requirements.
Complete control of who is recorded e.g. by user, user group, meeting owner, modality, recording rule – based on your needs.
AI automatically analyzes all communications and pre-identifies potential cases of compliance violations.
Directive 2014/65/EU on markets in financial instruments (MiFID II) is an EU directive to harmonize financial markets in the European single market. MiFID II requires the recording of advisory conversations in securities trading. These conversations must be complete and conclusive and have to be archived on every medium of record.
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is a United States federal law that was enacted on July 21, 2010. It defines tantalum, tin, tungsten (as well as the ores from which they are extracted) and gold as “conflict minerals”. The law requires a report from companies that are subject to SEC supervision on whether their products contain these minerals.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), approved September 20, 1977 is a consumer protection amendment to the Consumer Credit Protection Act. Its purposes are to stop abusive practices in the collection of consumer debts, to promote fair debt collection, and to provide consumers with an option for disputing and obtaining validation of debt information.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) is a set of rules that relates to the processing of credit card transactions and is supported by all major credit card organizations. All companies that process cardholder data must comply with PCI-DSS. You comply with PCI-DSS by protecting the data in question from cyber theft and fraudulent use.