If you don’t know already here at Projectfusion we’re all about security. Our infrastructure, processes and personnel are fully ISO27001 compliant. So what happens when we send you data and rely on couriers to do their job correctly? Will your data be safe until it reaches your hands? Don’t worry, the answer is always a […]
We’ve just released new updates and fixes for Projectfusion, focused on security, security, security! PDF Security and a new addition Our first improvement affects the Consumer PDF role, allowing you to disable the “Download PDF” button. You can re-enable it at anytime via More > Application (admin account only). Also we added a new button […]
Pre-planning a corporate virtual data room Great article above, with some great advice, my favourites: When constructing a VDR, it is often best to disclose more rather than disclose less. Allowing unfettered access to one or more potential buyers can cripple a deal if a party decides to walk during the due diligence phase. Having […]
We knew we had to make data room folder permissions easier, so we’ve crafted a 1 page interface that lets you see all your data room permissions in one place, and change them.
You can manage groups, and see exactly what they can view, down to the file level, on one screen.
Here’s an example:
Projectfusion will be offering 2 step authentication from August 14th. It’s simple for users, just requiring them to enter a token sent to their email address. This offers great protection from risks like hackers, 3rd party leavers and deliberate leaks.
Like all good things it appears simple, however a lot of thought has gone into this release, in particular the use of ‘known networks’ will continue to allow the use of standards based tools for mobile devices and syncing and uploading data (like WebDAV and the new content management interoperability service CMIS).
During a recent risk review we came up with a widespread risk: the 3rd party leaver.
If you share files with any external parties you need to think about this. It’s a big risk common to all services that let you share files with external people.
“There are indications that Verizon is legally required to provide certain things to the NSA, and that’s one of the reasons the co-operation with Verizon won’t continue,” said German interior ministry spokesman Tobias Plate.
We all know email can be used for spam, and you may even know about phishing and other attacks. What we tend to forget is that when we send information via email, it can be open for the world to see.
It’s like sending a postcard.
Here’s the life of a typical business email to 1 person.
You probably know that the Patriot act gives the US government easy access to your data whilst its in the cloud, without telling you or your government.Here’s an overview, and 5 steps you can take to protect your cloud data. Two ways the FBI get your data: 1- US owned data centres. They can obtain […]