Industry Insights Report: Compliant Communications 2023
Global Relay's first industry insights report, which serves as a litmus test for market responsiveness to regulatory action for recordkeeping and communications compliance.
Global Relay launches new digital information service – GRIP
Subscription service to deliver valuable intelligence and insights on practical compliance, regulatory change, and how to maximize technology to streamline these practices.
The impact and implications of DORA
"Security is not a choice any more… it’s time for a significant evolution in thinking and behavior”
Risk-based Supervision and the Hybrid Workplace
Our recent Summer Forum Series explored how to increase risk resilience around new communication tools, and embed a culture of compliance in a digital-first era.
Litigation Readiness: eDiscovery in a Hybrid Workplace
What it takes to have a proactive discovery program in the world of hybrid work.
Raise Your Archiving IQ: 5 Advantages of Cloud Archiving
Whether to migrate from on-premise to a cloud archive is one of the biggest decisions firms are now having to make. Here are 5 advantages of archiving data in the cloud in a digital-first world.
Unlocking The Door To Data Security
As organizations move to the cloud, they can have more control of their data security with approaches such as Bring Your Own Encryption (BYOE). In this article, we explain what BYOE is and weigh up the pros and cons.
U.K. Financial Regulation Outlook for 2022
Since the United Kingdom officially left the European Union, it has been reshaping its regulatory future in order to make London more globally competitive.
M&A Deals: Managing Culture & Compliance When Archives Collide
In today’s M&A deals, culture is increasingly being merged in a virtual world leading to 65% of acquirers reporting cultural issues.
Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Information Archiving
Global Relay named a Leader for the ninth consecutive time.
The SEC Turns Its Sights On Crypto
Are existing structures in the crypto space sufficient to layer in some protections, or is the market too unique for these regulations?