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Dan Polatsek Published in CEP Magazine: "Balancing Effective Compliance Policies Against the Ubiquit Dan Polatsek Published in CEP Magazine: "Balancing Effective Compliance Policies Against the Ubiquit

Dan Polatsek Published in CEP Magazine: "Balancing Effective Compliance Policies Against the Ubiquity of Ephemeral Messaging"

Ice Miller LLP partner Dan Polatsek's article, "Balancing Effective Compliance Policies Against the Ubiquity of Ephemeral Messaging," was published in CEP Magazine.

The article included:

As we enter into the first quarter of 2021, the available evidence indicates that remote work is going to remain part of the work-life balance for much of this year. The US workforce continues to face unexpected pay cuts, furloughs, and layoffs, while senior executive teams and upper management face pressures to meet revenue expectations and budgeted projections for both shareholders and Wall Street.

For many companies, these economic pressures require reductions in force, consolidating greater authority within a smaller workforce and executives who have less time to supervise and approve operational decisions. The dilemma now is how the private sector responds to the challenge of having to do more with less but just as fast.

The answer, in part, is better, faster, and more secure communication platforms, but the technologies that make speed and efficiency possible, such as ephemeral messaging (i.e., mobile-to-mobile transmissions that are designed to self-delete from the recipient’s screen after the message has been viewed) and employee use of personal devices for business, raise complicated issues for compliance departments seeking to manage risk without overmanaging business solutions that allow companies to stay productive.


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