News came out over the holidays that Raymond James was fined $2 million for inadequate supervision of its company emails.
The company had set up a lexicon-based email review, but not all of the company's personnel had been monitored by this system and investigators determined that the lexicon-based review wasn't in itself sufficient.
I thought this was notable because it was a $2 million fine.
Now, Raymond James, obviously a great company, large company so $2 million in the grand scheme of things may not be meaningful to them. But, on the other hand, when you look at the fact that something like this could have been prevented with monitoring tools that are state-of-the-art, then it is a lot of money because it's $2 million that didn't really need to be spent.