Effective collaboration either internally or externally with partners, clients, and stakeholders must be done securely. The potential for confidential information, intellectual property, or data privacy can be found in seemingly innocuous information. However, once the information has been shared it’s too late to recall it, and organizational risk has been increased. Regardless of the matter of trust, once the information is out of your hands, it can be shared with anyone. Out of your control you have no recourse to find out with whom it has been shared. Yet, no collaboration can be detrimental to your business and just not practical. Defining information that can and can’t be shared, and with whom proactively prevents information from exposing vulnerabilities with collaborative stakeholders. One less concern to worry about.
The Concept Searching Difference
Intelligent, secure collaboration
Automatically group programmatic assets
Share knowledge and expertise
Organizations increasingly collaborate globally with partners, clients, or stakeholders. Inter-collaboration, intra-collaboration, and information sharing necessitate vigilance in matters of information security, data sovereignty, and the protection of confidential information or intellectual property. The ability to automatically group programmatic information assets, identify potential exposures prior to sharing, and apply appropriate distribution controls before information is shared eliminates the risk of unintentional exposures. This approach results in intelligent, secure information sharing and increased project success.