Womble Bond Dickinson Partner Luke Cass will take part in a panel discussion on “Ethics Exchange: Third-Party Applications and Ephemeral Apps.” The Dec. 5 discussion is presented by OneTrust.

The DOJ recently updated their messaging app policy to refine their earlier prohibition on such apps. Companies are no longer expected to prohibit employees from using ephemeral messaging, but instead are required to implement appropriate guidance and controls over these types of platforms and communications. In the age of BYOD, however, this has proved to be practical nightmare. The financial sector has already seen settlements in the billions of dollars in this area. So how do financial services companies comply? The panelists will explore:

  • The regulatory background;
  • Policies to manage the risks that balance employee privacy with the regulatory requirements; and
  • Practical tips on monitoring employee usage, training, and enforcement.

Joining Cass in the panel discussion will be OneTrust Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer Jisha Dymond and Palantir Technologies, Inc. Head of Compliance Funmi Olorunnipa.

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