Why it's important?
Modern teams rely heavily on collaboration apps to drive business enablement.
But while they have long been restricted to internal messaging (like Slack) and document creation (e.g. Google Drive), collaboration apps have entered a new era: design teams share wireframes on Figma, product review them on Loom, GTM teams brainstorm on Miro, and all teams gather this information on Notion.
The average company has over 40 million unique permissions spread across SaaS applications, which creates a nightmare for IT and security teams that attempt to manage and reduce cloud data risk.
Many organizations struggle with locking down access, with the typical organization having over 150,000 records and files shared publicly.
All company data is constantly being exchanged by internal and external users, and it’s here to stay.
Data sharing is a blind spot for IT teams:
- They fail to have a global view of all data shared
- They don’t have the business context to assess if the sharing is risky or not. It’s time-consuming to solve this problem at a scale.
It creates lots of challenges for organizations:
- How do you make sure confidential data is secured, whether it’s client data or strategic information?
- How do you ensure data policies are enforced to meet compliance requirements, be it security questionnaires or certifications?
Whenever a file is accessible with a public link or shared with external users, elba notifies the owner and allows them to change permissions in one click.
At a glance, get full visibility on your vulnerable files
Benefit from your users’ knowledge to detect false positives
Make sure your data is properly secured with no effort