Sean Freidlin

Sean Freidlin is Senior Product Marketing Manager, Compliance for Hanzo, a web archiving and e-discovery technology company helping compliance teams mitigate marketing and social media risks. Previously, he worked in marketing roles at LRN and SAI Global, helping E&C professionals address their challenges around building effective training programs and ethical cultures. While at SAI Global, he founded National Compliance Officer Day and was the creator of Corporate Compliance & Culture Cards and Volume 1 and 2 of the Compliance Coloring Book. He lives in New York and can be reached at sean.freidlin@hanzo.co, on Twitter at @Compliance2019, or on LinkedIn.

Latest Articles

Can social media posts and data be used as evidence in a compliance investigation? Is it possible to leverage artificial intelligence to identify the right information relevant to an open case among the massive volume of content online? The answer to both questions is yes, and in a new five-part podcast series with Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist, we talk about these topics at length from regulatory, technical, and operational perspectives. Written excerpts from all…
Despite the best efforts of a compliance team to review and approve every piece of content before it’s published online, and ensure that marketers are trained on specific policies and regulations, mistakes happen. That’s why we built Hanzo Alerts. This new feature of our Hanzo Dynamic Archive software is designed to make it easier for compliance teams to identify non-compliant content on their website and receive an automated notification if something goes live that could…
The Hanzo Profiles of Excellence series interviews industry leaders in compliance, eDiscovery, investigations and risk management to learn about their experiences in the field and give them a platform to share advice. In this edition, we speak with Ling-Ling Nie, experienced ethics and compliance professional, who recently started a new role at Georgia Tech, a public research university and institute of technology in Atlanta, Georgia founded in 1885 with over 6,000 staff members and nearly…
How confident are you in your web archive’s fidelity? If you visit the websites of Hanzo’s competition, you’ll find quotes from their senior leadership touting them as “the financial services industry’s premier electronic communications archiving provider.” This blanket statement is, of course, carefully crafted to give you confidence. From our perspective, though, it’s actually doing one of three things: Misleading you about their technology’s superiority to win your business. Demonstrating how naive they are to…
On the afternoon of Monday, April 8th, 2019, I spoke with AP Capaldo-Aoun, a global compliance attorney and director of E&C at a Fortune 100 technology company, about the compliance implications of Operation Varsity Blues. Our conversation took place just as news broke that Felicity Huffman and 12 others would plead guilty to bribery in the widespread college admissions scandal, and on the heels of coverage of the topic by Hui Chen and other members…
Throughout each year, Hanzo’s “Profiles of Excellence” series interviews industry leaders in compliance, eDiscovery, investigations, and risk management to learn about their experiences in the field and give them a platform to share advice with our community. In March 2019, we were fortunate to speak with Louis Sapirman, JD, CCEP, an E&C leader and the President of Compliance Innovator, LLC, with over two decades of experience building effective ethics and compliance programs, and corporate cultures,…
  On February 28, 2019, Hanzo hosted Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist, and Louis Sapirman, the Compliance Innovator, for a CCB CEU approved hour-long webinar. Their conversation covered many hot topics among the compliance community, including Millennials in the workforce, operationalizing a compliance program, and improving program effectiveness, but was all centralized around one key theme; how compliance teams and marketing/communications teams within an organization can learn from each other and collaborate to mitigate…