The modern collaborator's dilema. Regulate Cross Domain Data Sharing.

Uncover files that are shared publicly, outside your domain or with personal email accounts. Receive insights about other Google Apps services, such as Drive, where users may be unknowingly exposing information. Determine who is sharing information externally or from outside of an organization to internal and scan for unusual and potentially harmful file types.

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned about security it’s that you never have too much of it.”

Set up automated security policies with controls. Stop sharing of Sensitive Information. Compare domain security and configuration with Google Apps best practices.

Locate sensitive information like social security numbers, credit cards, financial information from within files and ensure it is not accessible by unauthorized users. Receive guidance on leveraging Google Apps settings that best protect users, data and control access.

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned about security it’s that you never have too much of it.”
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Data security breaches statistics in educational organizations show that unintended disclosure (due to user error) causes 30 percent of all breaches.