Compliance Laws – Electronic Record Keeping

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Advisory Letter 2004-9
On June 14, 2004 the OCC Advisory sent out a letter highlighting issues regarding Electronic Record Keeping in light of the E-SIGN Act. 15 USC 7001. The purpose of this letter was to address key issues posed by electronic record keeping systems. The OCC Advisory letter stated that banks should implement an electronic record retention system to allow litigation, audits, bank supervision, and compliance with laws & regulations. Systems should also prevent external access by third parties, and provide back-up, internal controls, record destruction, and record retention.

  • Electronic Record Keeping

Athena Archiver assists companies in complying with OCC Advisory in the following ways:

  • Has litigation support
  • Allows for audits
  • Allows for supervision
  • Provides internal controls
  • Prevents record spoliation
  • Provides backup
  • Prevents external access by third party

Related Downloads
OCC Advisory Electronic Record Keeping

OCC Advisory (Electronic Record Keeping)
This document is a copy of the OCC Advisory Law.

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External Resources
External Resources

OCC - Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

OCC 2004 Advisory Letters s

06/21/2004 Electronic Record Keeping

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