People are not nearly as careful as they should be when accessing, sharing, recording, transmitting, and receiving confidential information and documents.
The role of the General Counsel has evolved considerably to include important risk management and business decision-making responsibilities.
Content that is easily accessible and shared externally, can pose challenges for IT teams responsible for maintaining control and security of information.
CSOs and compliance officers of most global enterprises have fundamentally different goals from those of the average consumer of a free file sharing app.
While organizations have plenty of regulations for workplace policies and procedures, not all of them may think about threats of ungoverned collaboration.
In our previous post, we wrote about how there were good sharers and bad sharers and organizations need to determine which category their workforce falls under in order to better understand how to employ secure and efficient technologies to optimize workflow.
Number one, just the nature of the beast, it is not secure, it is almost impossible to keep track of it on a long-term basis, so e-mail is really out of the question if we were going to maintain a trackable, auditable database of templates, executed contracts, policies, and then of course for larger projects if we end up in a document review situation. So e-mail is out of the question.