2013 Electronic Communications Compliance Survey

Results from the 2013 Electronic Communications Compliance Survey reveal the industry is moving into a new phase in the evolution of communications oversight.

Challenges remain widespread, ranging from new and changing regulations to employee privacy, but overall, compliance professionals are more comfortable with the "new normal" of greater regulatory scrutiny, evolving communications tools and more complexity in the demands around email surveillance.

Download the Smarsh 2013 Electronic Communications Compliance Survey to learn how compliance professionals are handling:

  • New communications channels including social media and enterprise social networks
  • Corporate issued mobile devices and the bring your own device (BYOD) trend
  • Increased scrutiny and enforcement by regulators


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With Social Media Compliance – What You Don't Allow Can Hurt You

The just-released Smarsh 2013 Electronic Communications Compliance Survey examined who is more confident in their social media compliance practices – those who enforce policy around social media, or those who prohibit social media – and the results were striking.

Download What You Don't Allow Can Hurt You for more insight.

Making the Most of BYOD

More than half of the 2013 Electronic Communications Compliance Survey respondents say they are allowing BYOD use — but while a firm may allow usage, there remain challenges in supervising and archiving all the different communications happening on those devices.

Download Managing BYOD in Corporate Environments to learn more about the risks, benefits and to get tips to better manage BYOD.