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Security for your collaborative software

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Oct 4, 2016.

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    RSS New Member Member

    There’s a gaping hole in your security infrastructure right now. The front door is open, the side window is ajar, and there’s an open safe with a neon sign saying “steal my data” in flashing lights. While you might have locked down the network used for this software, instituted strict usage policies, and insist on having users stick to complex passwords, the data is leaking.

    Collaborative apps like Slack and Convo are like a sieve at some larger companies, but no one quite knows what to do about it. The apps let users share documents, business plans, financials, and many other files, but one reason it’s such a security risk is that we tend to use these glorified chat tools all day, everyday.

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