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Uncategorized VDR and Data Security

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VDRs are a must-have tool for companies handling sensitive data and facilitate many business processes. They should be considered as part of a comprehensive data security strategy that includes regular assessments of risk as well as training, incident response plans, regular monitoring and the implantation of strong technical controls.

The primary reason to implement the vdr is to safeguard confidential documents during business transactions. For instance, a business involved in M&A due diligence will want to make it easy for buyers who are interested to access confidential documents without worrying about theft or misappropriation. However, the need for quick and secure sharing of documents can occur in a variety of scenarios such as when legal counsel require access to company records, auditors require access to audit reports, or when a remote board member needs to look over important documents.

Data security features in VDRs include access control encryption mechanisms, access control and audit trails to ensure compliance with regulations like GDPR. Additionally, a lot of VDRs have features like dynamic watermarking, which covers confidential documents with visible or invisible markers that can be tracked in the event that the document is leaked outside of the VDR.

In the event of an incident the detailed logs a vdr stores can help in forensic investigations. They can also help companies understand what data was affected and how the breach occurred. In addition, a vdr’s auditing capabilities can provide insights into areas where further improvement may be required.

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