[Ed. – A disquieting trend. A spike of 18% in behavior flags by monitoring software is a big one.]
With banks unable to check in person on the behaviour of traders working remotely, they have to rely on machines that flag any apparent bad behaviour or suspicious transactions made under the unusual coronavirus crisis working conditions. …
Behavox has seen an 18% rise in conduct being “escalated” or singled out for scrutiny among clients since March, ranging from swearing to more serious incidents like disclosing client names.
They have also included prohibited activities such as taking conversations private, using personal email and giving financial advice to family and friends, Adylov said.