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Shield Adds Surveillance for Microsoft Teams

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RegTech provider Shield Financial Compliance has integrated its platform with Microsoft Teams, a chat room and team collaboration solution in Office 365 that integrates people, content and tools. The integration provides full surveillance of Microsoft Teams and records and searches interactions, providing the ability to extract, review and analyse specific conversations to assist with investigation processes. The solution delivers out-of-the-box integration with Microsoft Teams, ability to build detection scenario models to include all Microsoft Teams e-comms types and detect misconduct behaviour, and alerts and reviews of Microsoft Teams content.

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