Traditionally, surveillance within financial services firms involves the monitoring of the actions of employees or the interactions of employees with clients for compliance purposes. Today, many areas within a firm are subject to surveillance, including sales and trading, retail banking, private banking, and analysts. Emails, voice communications, and social media should all be monitored to comply with regulatory obligations.

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