Smarsh delivers cloud-based archiving solutions for the information-driven enterprise. The Smarsh platform provides a unified compliance and e-discovery workflow across the entire range of digital communications, including email, public and enterprise social media, websites, instant messaging and mobile messaging. With Smarsh, you can search and review all of your content in one place, creating efficiency and peace of mind.
Founded in 2001, Smarsh helps more than 20,000 organizations meet regulatory compliance, e-discovery and record retention requirements. The company is headquartered in Portland, Ore. with offices in New York City, Atlanta, Boston, Los Angeles and London.
Approach e-discovery proactively and cull relevant data sets efficiently when you need them most. Implement legal holds and produce data on-demand. Export only the necessary data in multiple formats securely and directly to outside counsel, regulatory examiners or third-party e-discovery systems during litigation or e-discovery events.
For compliance and risk professionals, electronic communications are often where the “smoking gun” is found. The exponential proliferation of these electronic records makes finding these needles in the haystacks challenging. Day-to-day monitoring can become more time-consuming and inefficient, especially as compliance programs designed for paper communication (or even email) haven’t scaled for today’s social and mobile workforce. Organisations need to be able to search and produce the right content at the right time, especially when the regulator comes calling. They also need to demonstrate that the policies that are in place to govern usage of electronic communications are being enforced and are working as designed. Smarsh helps organisations of all sizes manage the retention and oversight regulatory obligations for electronic communications from the European Union (EU) — MiFID II, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), National Futures Association (NFA), Investment Industry Regulatory Organisation of Canada (IIROC) and other similar governing bodies around the world.