In today's article, we'll introduce you to BeyondCorp - Google's implementation of the Zero Trust model for cybersecurity. You already know that in today’s day and age, staying on top of technology is essential to running a successful business, and with BeyondCorp (the Google Zero Trust security solution) you can shift access controls from the network perimeter to individual users, allowing your enterprise to keep your sensitive data secure.
Privacy and security are paramount in the medical profession, but many providers want to take advantage of the efficiency that comes with cloud storage platforms. So, can medical professionals use Google Drive? Is Google Drive HIPAA compliant?
If you use Google Docs, Google Drive, or Google Workspace to organize your personal or professional files and folders, you’ve probably paused at least once or twice, wondering if the information that you are storing is secure.
Workplace collaboration requires a lot of data sharing, document reviews, and communication among employees. A virtual workspace like Google Drive can make all of this easy and efficient. What you don’t want to include in your plan are opportunities for outside parties to access or even steal your information and sensitive business data. Securing your Google Drive will allow your business to focus on work without worrying about online vulnerabilities.
Business has been moving toward online collaboration for years. But the global pandemic has shown that collaborating virtually is a necessity for today's business environment. Google Workspace allows companies to create Google Shared Drives for employee work and collaboration. But for companies concerned about data security and access, a firm understanding of Google Shared Drive permissions and how to set sharing up effectively is important.
Digital information is important, and keeping your digital information private, is vital.
Privacy and encryption have always been important, but have become more relevant in recent years with many large companies experiencing data leaks. This has created a concern regarding privacy to customers of nearly every business -- a concern that smart businesses address proactively.
The Jan 1, 2020 deadline to comply with the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) is fast approaching!
As we have all seen, data breaches can be absolutely devastating for companies.