Since the entry into force of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), all professional organizations have the obligation to ensure the security of their data.

But why?

First, under the GDPR, it is necessary to prevent the personal data of employees, customers, suppliers, or others from being disclosed to third parties. These individuals could exploit them for fraudulent purposes, such as identity theft, theft or discrimination.

Second, our data contain elements that are often strategic. Customer listings, price lists, salaries, patents, quotes could be resold to the competition.

Finally, in addition to being stolen, the data can be destroyed. 60% of companies that are victims of cyberattacks file for bankruptcy within six months. 75% of companies that lose their data following a disaster file for bankruptcy within five years. These figures reveal the real importance of data.

Security and confidentiality

Security is also privacy. Confidentiality is generally handled by:

  • the centralization of data,
  • rights management.

Rights can only be effectively managed if data are centralized. The recent and massive use of collaborative work and sharing tools has multiplied the dissemination of data, posing a huge risk of loss of confidentiality.

Clarisse and your security:

Clarisse secures data at several levels.

  • Clarisse centralizes the data which simplifies the backup policy but also the management of access rights.
  • All network exchanges between the user and the server are encrypted. The content of the documents that pass through cannot be hacked.
  • The data stored on Clarisse servers is also encrypted. Archived data remains confidential.
  • Sensitive fields in the database are also encrypted to ensure privacy across the line.
  • The digital fingerprint of each document is recorded. They may not be falsified or altered.
  • Clarisse tracks all user actions. The version history of a document remains accessible, and Clarisse always gives access to the most recent.