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New demands for security and compliance in online collaboration

Webinar Published By: Brainloop
Brainloop
Published:  Oct 25, 2011
Type:  Webinar

When companies share sensitive documents with partners outside the corporate network, security, compliance and collaboration are often seen as a tradeoff. You can lock information down behind the firewall with strict policies and centralized control, but without collaboration. Or you can use a collaboration portal, but at the expense of security and the ability to enforce corporate confidentiality policies.

In this Brainloop webinar, featured speaker Jeffrey Mann discusses industry trends and demands for security and compliance in online collaboration.

Who should watch:

  • Information security leaders interested in developing and rolling out confidentiality policies
  • Senior managers in companies subject to regulatory requirements or contractual obligations to protect confidential information 
  • Anyone whose work involves sharing documents outside the company for  
      • Collaboration on R&D
      • Intellectual property
      • Legal affairs
      • Corporate governance
      • Boards of directors
      • Mergers and acquisitions  
      • Investor relations
      • Strategic alliances  
      • Work with outside consultants or others outside the enterprise

Note: This is a Brainloop Webinar




Tags : 
cloud collaboration, cloud security, collaboration application, collaboration environment, data protection, data room, digital rights management, file protection