The Patrina Newsroom

Staying up to date with the changes and developing trends in the world of compliance is vital to reducing your exposure to risk and non-compliance. Each week our team searches for topics that are important to our regulatory environment and creates articles that will inform and educate our readers. Our intent is not to single out any businesses because of their lack of oversight, but to merely keep our readers abreast of the developing trends in regulatory compliance. Staying out of the regulators’ crosshairs is challenging and we hope the articles we share are informative and help you to strength your compliance initiatives.

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April 29, 2013

Regulatory Compliance – 10 Tips for Choosing a Designated Third Party for Data Archiving

Compliance with rules and regulations, like the SEC Rule 17a-4, means businesses have mission critical record keeping obligations requiring the use of a designated third party […]
June 25, 2013

Prepare for Disasters with a Serious Business Continuity Plan

The Atlantic hurricane season officially began June 1st and forecasters are predicting an extremely active season.  As we enter hurricane season 2013, I find myself reflecting […]
January 30, 2014

Designated Third Party Archiving- Benefits Beyond Compliance

Reasons Why Data Archiving with a Designated Third Party Frees Internal Resources & Saves Money Archiving data with a designated third party provider (D3P) makes sense for […]
February 11, 2014

The Benefits of Utilizing a Third Party Archive System in the Financial Services Industry

Third Party Archive Systems in Financial Services Data archive systems are becoming an increasingly vital part of the financial services industry as federal laws and record-keeping […]
June 17, 2014

Data Security Should Be a Top Concern for Businesses in 2014 & Beyond

Information Archiving is Priceless as the Lack of Information Governance in Organizations Pose a Serious Threat for Businesses in 2014 Each year, the top online security […]