ISI and Verba Technologies have a new integrated Ethical Wall solution that helps companies enforce compliance policies and adhere to specific industry communications regulations.

Ethical Wall is a protective feature that keeps certain parties from interacting with other parties in order to maintain specific compliance policies or industry regulations. When enabled, Ethical Wall works in conjunction with any recording application to create a legal compliance solution surrounding the entirety of the Unified Communications platform, whether voice, video, IM, presence, file transfer, or screen sharing, are employed.

Businesses use Ethical Wall in various scenarios, along with communication policies, to enforce legal compliance, avoid conflict of interest, prevent data leakage, and to support workplace procedures. Industries such as finance, law, investment banking, healthcare, journalism, and IT/security are commonly regulated to separate entities and limit interaction between groups. Ethical Wall assists in supporting collaboration rules and regulations for compliance.

Ethical Wall offers compliance with any platform for Unified Communications and works by enforcing corporate policies or industry regulations through active control mechanisms. It should be noted that all modes of Cisco and Microsoft communications can be managed for compliance with Ethical Wall. Presence blocking allows for presence information to be controlled; Disclaimers can be attached to communications; Session blocking lets a group allow, warn, or block various users, groups, and communication modes; and Content filtering controls message content with adherence to any requirements for confidentiality and allows redaction.

Define users, groups, keywords, phrases, alarms, and blocks; set them and forget them. Only Ethical Wall can provide this type of compliance policy enforcement and ease of use. These active-directory integrated recording policies put the controls in your hands.

Use the Ethical Wall solution to enforce the compliance policies of your company and adhere to the regulations assigned to your industry.