If a partner’s security is compromised, you can shut off their access to your Drive files with a single click.
Enforce cleanup policies based on OUs or groups and set the frequency for how often end users need to review their shared files.
Strengthen awareness by notifying end users when shared files need their attention.
Discover which Drive files have been shared the most and who's responsible for them.
Get an overview of who is sharing the most, what files they are sharing, and with whom. Review and revoke permissions instantly.
See a ranked list of external domains that have access to your Google Drive and revoke access immediately. This is especially useful if an external partner has been compromised.
Set up automated rules for when end users need to review their shared Google Drive files. Define the cleanup frequency as well as how many files end users need to review in each batch.
Personalize the cleanup to fit the individual group or OU by easily creating cleanup exceptions from the global settings—or go for a one-size-fits-all approach.
Employees will automatically be notified when their shared files require a compliance review.
If employees do not respond to the notification email, Tricent proceeds to clean up the external file permissions.
Keep track of who has access to your sensitive files by auditing the permissions of external users.
Clean up file permissions in bulk or through compliance automation.
Enforce cleanup policies suited to your organization and help meet GDPR, CCPA, and other strict regulatory requirements.
Always be on top of data shared outside the organization through audit logs, insights, and dashboards.
By addressing the end users, you can meet the necessary measures to ensure information security.