Video surveillance data: Useful or not?

While some technology vendors say video communication surveillance can help monitor serious compliance breaches, others see such data as a source of additional contextual information.

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The widespread adoption of video communications platforms such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams during the pandemic brought to the forefront new concerns about compliance and conduct risk for traders working remotely. Now over a year later, as traders and bankers start making their way back to their offices, video communication platforms are here to stay.

“What we are seeing is that those behaviors of using these tools are now ingrained,” says Mark Whiteman, CEO of UK-based communications technology

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