Companies have increased their use of audio and video conferencing platforms as they continue to refine their work from home policies. Yet, what often gets overlooked are the legal ramifications and security concerns that can accompany the usage of these tools. Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director in the Cyber Risk practice at Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, spoke with Corporate Compliance Insights about the different consequences of using audio and video conferencing applications.
Alan highlights the need for consent from attendees when recording video or phone calls. Data protection laws regarding recorded calls and videos can vary by state and country, so it is important to know where all those attending a call or meeting are located. While this may seem unimportant, violating consent laws can result in both criminal charges and civil litigation. Alan further provides guidelines for conducting recorded meetings in the event of future litigation should these meetings make their way into court evidence.
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