Autonomy supports blackberry® PIN-to-PIN and SMS messaging for FRCP-Compliance
Electronic Discovery, Archiving Software and Hosted Services Help Minimize Mobile Communication Risk
FRCP Rule 26(a) requires an exhaustive search for and identification of sources of discoverable electronically stored information (ESI), including email, voice, and video content. In the case of email, this disclosure may require references to email that may be stored on backup tapes, employee PCs, and/or BlackBerry devices. In addition, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), SEC, and National Association of Securities Dealers have strict regulations governing the preservation of electronic communications.
Standard BlackBerry e-mail passes through a company's messaging servers, where it can be captured and monitored for compliance and information governance purposes. However, BlackBerry SMS text and Personal Identification Number (PIN) messaging typically bypass a company's messaging systems, making the communications completely private and unmanaged. These SMS and PIN messages can expose the company to data leaks and compliance risks.
Highly regulated industries such as financial institutions are challenged with capturing, storing, and retrieving these difficult formats, which are now common for mobile business communication. Autonomy technology is increasingly used by financial and government institutions for long-term management and eDiscovery of their BlackBerry communications. The company's Meaning-based Computing technology automatically analyses and categorizes messages flowing though the BlackBerry RIM Server, capturing SMS and PIN messages in addition to emails; the de-duplicated messages are archived in the ultra scalable and secure consolidated archive. Each message is tagged with additional company specific metadata for faster more cost-effective supervision, long-term management and potential legal hold and eDiscovery.
"Having a mobile workforce has become a way of life for all businesses," said Mike Lynch, CEO of Autonomy. "However, electronic communication poses a real risk to corporations' compliance and corporate governance requirements. It is critical for organizations to select effective eDiscovery and archiving solutions that can find, hold and deliver all of the relevant information when litigations arise, which Autonomy is uniquely able to accomplish."
Autonomy Corporation plc (LSE: AU. or AU.L) is a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise and is spearheading the meaning-based computing movement. Autonomy's technology forms a conceptual and contextual understanding of any piece of electronic data including unstructured information, be it text, email, voice or video. Autonomy's software powers the full spectrum of mission-critical enterprise applications including information access technology, BI, CRM, KM, call center solutions, rich media management, information risk management solutions and security applications, and is recognized by industry analysts as the clear leader in enterprise search.
Autonomy's customer base comprises of more than 17,000 global companies and organizations including: 3, ABN AMRO, AOL, BAE Systems, BBC, Bloomberg, Boeing, Citigroup, Coca Cola, Daimler Chrysler, Deutsche Bank, Ericsson, Ford, GlaxoSmithKline, Lloyd TSB, NASA, Nestle, the New York Stock Exchange, Reuters, Shell, T-Mobile, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. More than 350 companies OEM Autonomy technology, including Business Objects, Citrix, EDS, H-P, Novell, Oracle, Sybase and TIBCO, and the company has over 400 VARs and Systems Integrators. The company has offices worldwide. For more information on Autonomy, please visit www.autonomy.com.
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