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There is no way to accomplish your goals unless you first create the framework for defining them. Many organizations get enthusiastic about upgrading their technology or creating new ways to work, but they don’t consider the structure around this until later. If you want to get better outcomes and avoid liability, policy should really come first.
The first step is to define what you deem to be sensitive information. It can be hard to list every piece of data that could be considered sensitive, so you need to keep this broad.
One approach is to list things you know are sensitive such as user lists, passwords and system information. You can then continue with collected data such as client names, trade secrets, medical records, financial information and so on.
By listing out a lot of specific examples but also leaving the policy open-ended for data you may collect in the future, you set the expectation that much of the information your staff collects is sensitive. That way, when they are faced with a piece of data that may be new or perhaps not specifically defined in your list, the policy should help guide your staff to think critically in the moment and make the right decisions.
Data can also be classified into different categories. All private data is important, but it is obvious that a credit card or Social Security number is more sensitive than, say, the work in progress advertisement that marketing is putting together.
InPrivy allows you to easily and securely share sensitive information. Use InPrivy to share passwords and other sensitive information the secure way. Generate a secure link that will be voided once opened by the recipient (more options available). Set expiration dates and keep track on when your shared secrets are opened or voided. Categorise your shared secrets in folders (optional).
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