The growing use of social media in business today is undeniable. Social media is fast, ubiquitous, and can yield measurably positive impact to your business. However, regulatory requirements to govern the use of social media are evolving quickly, and improper use can lead to damaged brands, regulatory fines, and harsh eDiscovery consequences.
Proofpoint Social Platform for Archiving allows organizations to employ policy-based controls to capture social content so that it can be managed as any other critical information asset. Proofpoint captures social conversational content, by converting user content to email form in real-time, ensuring you remain compliant with your regulatory obligations.
Proofpoint Social Platform for Archiving provides:
- Social Media Compliance… Simplified
Proofpoint Social Platform provides an advanced feature set that helps to automate and streamline critical compliance tasks. These include mapping to user-specific journaling destinations, capturing content for only a subset of users, conditionally capturing content for users, indicating followers, and custom SMTP headers.
- Modular Architecture for Flexibility
Proofpoint offers extensibility with channel-specific modules, and flexibility to deliver social content for retention in many leading archiving solutions. Proofpoint Social Platform can seamlessly integrate social media content into solutions including Proofpoint Enterprise Archive, Symantec Enterprise Vault, EMC, Bloomberg Vault, HP/Autonomy, Smarsh, Global Relay, and others.
- Low TCO, without IT Hassles
With a unique, cloud-based architecture, Proofpoint’s Social Platform for Archiving simplifies compliance, while offering the lowest cost of ownership and no IT management hassles. Compliance teams can focus on policies to control social content quickly, without waiting for new systems to be procured and deployed.
LinkedIn – Seamlessly Integrate LinkedIn Content into your Existing Information Archive
Proofpoint Social Platform Archiver for LinkedIn meets the requirements set forth by the SEC, FINRA, HIPAA and other regulatory entities. With Archiver for LinkedIn, your LinkedIn content is fully integrated into the archiving solution that you already have in place, thereby eliminating the need to manage multiple e-discovery tools for electronic communication compliance.
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Social Media Compliance
Proofpoint Archiver for Linkedin archives all user-generated posts, comments, likes, recommendations, follows and the full-text of user profiles. All elements related to conversational content are included in the archive email; capturing the full "conversation thread" and all parties involved in the communication. This enables the compliance officer to view the entire context of a conversation in each archive email that Proofpoint Archiver for Linkedin generates. Proofpoint Archiver for Linked archive email can be sent to the archiving destination(s) of your choice.
The Most Advanced Functionality
Proofpoint Archiver for Linkedin has the most advanced feature set on the market, enabling you to meet your archiving needs. Functionality such as user-specific journaling destinations, capturing content for only a subset of users, conditionally capturing content for users and custom SMTP headers are standard in Archiver for Linkedin.
Let Proofpoint be your trusted compliance advisor to all things LinkedIn-related. Before LinkedIn releases new features that may perhaps violate compliance policies and regulations, we work incorporate capture capabilities for those new features into Proofpoint Archiver for LinkedIn.
Why Social Media Archiving Should be a Top Priority for Your Organization The use of social media in the work place is growing rapidly – for example, an Osterman Research survey conducted in November 2010 found that the typical employee spent just 11 minutes per workday using social media for work-related purposes, but that number increased near five-fold to 51 minutes per day by July 2013.
Social Media and Compliance: Overview for Regulated Organizations The growing use of social media in business today is undeniable. Social media is fast, ubiquitous, and in many cases produces measurable ROI to a business; however, it also poses significant risks that can become public and propagate virally. This paper highlights the main regulations that organizations in regulated industries should know when using social media.