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[Shield in TechCrunch] Shield, a communication compliance platform for financial institutions, raises $20M

Two months ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said it had fined 16 Wall Street firms more than $1.1 billion for “widespread recordkeeping failures” regarding maintaining electronic communications, contravening federal securities laws. In addition, the SEC is now probing private equity firms on their employees’ use of messaging apps for work purposes, including WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram, as many of these apps have functions that support messages that disappear automatically, representing potential violations of SEC rules. Read...

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[ByondXR in Accesswire] ByondXR announces personalized virtual stores, a new integration with Salesforce Commerce Cloud

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / December 1, 2022 / ByondXR announces the launch of a cartridge that enables virtual stores created on the ByondXR platform to be automatically embedded into their customers’ hosting sites, a new integration with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, the fastest path to unified commerce. Commerce Cloud enables brands to provide personalized experiences for shoppers that span web, mobile, social and in-store. And now, as part of the world’s #1 CRM platform – Salesforce – brands can deliver completely unified experiences for customers that extend beyond commerce to include marketing, customer service and more. Read more...

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[Shield in VentureBeat] Stopping data leaks with AI, Shield raises $20M

If you want to catch data leaks you need to have real-time visibility over where it lives and moves in the environment. Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are critical for identifying potential security incidents and mitigating them before generating compliance liabilities. One of key providers taking an AI-driven approach to threat prevention is risk intelligence provider Shield, which today announced it has raised $20 million as part of a series B funding round led by Macquarie Capital. Read...

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