File Sharing Insecurity: The Final Data Leakage Frontier
Data dissemination and file collaboration are natural parts of most business and operational workflows, so must security be an integral part of the workflow to protect information. Unfortunately, protecting sensitive, confidential and regulated data within shared files remains a significant exposure within many organizations. This lack of capability to control unstructured data as it moves through its lifecycle will not only yield more data privacy breaches but will impact the adoption of advanced enterprise and cloud content management systems.
Where does your organization sit on the file security spectrum, how should policy and controls adapt to new file collaboration risks, and what innovative approaches can help close file data leakage gaps?
This webinar aims to answer these questions and more as two experts on information security, David Monahan of EMA research and Scott Gordon of FinalCode, expose key issues, examine new considerations and offer pragmatic approaches to file security. In particular, David will share findings and insights from EMA’s comprehensive State of Securing File Collaboration report. The session presents current metrics on current perceived risks, threats and control investments, as well as use cases and recommendations with regard to how companies are protecting files while extending their content management and collaboration strategies.