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LinkedIn Chooses Erado for Certified Compliance Partner Program

May 4, 2014

Erado, a provider of electronic communication compliance, announced that it has been selected to the LinkedIn Certified Compliance Partner program.

According to a release, Erado works with technology executives and compliance officers across multiple industries around the world to identify key compliance issues and then deliver effective and integrated solutions that help lower total cost of ownership.

Erado's Social Media Archiving Compliance Platform was designed to allow financial services firms to leverage the business value of LinkedIn membership while addressing the recordkeeping and supervision requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and other international regulatory agencies.

Erado said it captures content through a direct connection with LinkedIn APIs. Customers can search and provide surveillance for their organization's LinkedIn activity, including:

-Company Pages

-Showcase Pages

-Profiles

-Status Updates

-Article Posts; and

-Group Discussions

Firms also have the ability to:

-Preserve LinkedIn content in an unalterable format that is easily producible for regulatory examinations, audits or e- discovery events

-View the entire conversation in context

-Leverage universal search capabilities across email, instant messaging, and other social platforms

"Unlike end-user software or server appliance solutions, Erado's social media archiving service captures posts, status updates, messages, video, audio, and more directly from the social media site. This addresses the issue of usage from multiple locations, such as home, office, or mobile devices. Erado's uniform archive format works with all current compliance and email surveillance solutions. Erado's social media application provides virtually real- time alerts to your compliance department of application policy changes and deletions," said Craig Brauff, CEO of Erado.

"Archiving is not just a best practice, it is a required one. Not only will archiving keep you in compliance with FINRA and SEC requirements, but documenting all activity provides peace of mind," Brauff added.

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