Speaking Engagement

Social Media and Messaging Apps: What is Now Expected for Record Review and Retention, Discovery, Reporting, Evidence Gathering and Cybersecurity

21st Annual Congress on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

16 May 2019 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

The Westin New York at Times Square
270 W 43rd St
New York, NY 10036

Amanda Aikman, partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Investigations + White Collar Defense Group and FCPA + Global Anti-Corruption Practice, will offer her experience and in-depth knowledge of investigations and compliance on a distinguished panel aimed at addressing critical issues surrounding messaging apps, including:

  • What DOJ’s revised stance means for your compliance policies and procedures
  • Remaining logistical hurdles to implementing the revised DOJ policy
  • Managing employee usage of WhatsApp and WeChat
  • Concrete examples of how industry is interpreting and applying the revised policy
  • Mitigating newfound cyber risks posed by the new messaging policy
  • Archiving in the cloud: How long data needs to be stored and other considerations
  • Building your own app: Concrete examples of successful initiatives
  • How the increasing use of social media and messaging apps has affected the course of internal investigations
  • What happens if you are unable to produce records requested by the DOJ



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