Bring Your Own Collaboration Technical Control Tradeoffs

  • Webcast Aired Wednesday, 16 Mar 2016 1:00PM EDT (16 Mar 2016 17:00 UTC)
  • Speakers: Scott Gordon, Dave Shackleford

The ease at which users can access and share corporate files, the unlimited ways to exchange these files, and the greater diversity of recipients has made information governance an IT nightmare. In this age of BYOD (bring your own collaboration), companies face increased file data leakage exposures and privacy compliance risks. What are the technical control tradeoffs and best practices to assure appropriate file access, sanctioned collaboration and persistent protection of files containing sensitive, regulated and confidential data.

Join Dave Shackleford, SANS analyst and senior instructor, and Scott Gordon, chief operating officer at FinalCode, as they examine the use cases, technical control tradeoffs and best practices to secure sensitive files being shared within and outside an organization.

Attendees will explore:
  • Key use cases and compliance drives demanding greater file security
  • Top 10 controls to secure file collaboration and their caveats
  • How file collaboration security controls align to CIS Critical Security Controls
  • FinalCode's flexible architecture and approach to reducing file sharing risks