SAFETY AND TOP MANAGEMENT: PROTECT SENSITIVE INFORMATION

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The profound changes that the digital drives in the company as regards management bodies, senior management and governing bodies. Already widely used in companies for which information is an asset, the portal governance also meets today at risk of leakage of sensitive data at an average cost of € 2.86 million for the company that undergoes, according to recent studies (Forrester, PWC and Iron Montain) not to mention the horrible picture of such damages to the shareholders of these companies. To understand the issues related to the adoption of a portal of governance, we propose to run through a white paper on this very sensitive subject. Here is an excerpt of this white paper, free download:

Governance and Security:

The information exchanged during a Board of Directors are sensitive and their degree of confidentiality is naturally very high. 
Security issues are essential:
  • How to choose the right system? House? External ?…
  • Who manages and accesses the system?
  • Where is the data stored? Locally?
  • In France ? In Europe ? Outside of Europe?
  • What are the rights of everyone to save or print a document?
  • What will happen if a user loses a laptop or iPad?
  • Is the data encrypted? How ?
  • Is that the solution provides strong user authentication?
A portal to the Board of Directors supports the governance of the company. It must be reliable and ensure confidentiality. The state of the art requires in particular that its access is done via security protocols protecting information shared by the authorized users. When a user is authenticated, all of the information exchanged with the portal, as well as the username and password are encrypted using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. This encryption protects documents and other information during transit between your computer or tablet and the gate of the board and vice versa.
To guarantee a maximum level of security, the portal connection is reinforced by a two-factor authentication; the user must validate their access via a user name and a password, but must also inform a unique login code received via SMS on his mobile phone. This dual authentication secures user access to the portal. They only consult the information that corresponds to their function within the Board.
All information is centralized and stored on the portal, eliminating the risk of loss or non mastered information dissemination. The documentation of each is permanently accessible from a PC or tablet. The user can choose to work disconnected from the tablet; it then downloads the documentation that is found stored and encrypted locally. In case of loss or theft, the portal allows remote access to the tablet to delete all the content stored on the tablet.



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