Enforce data security policies for file and folder sharing
Google Drive makes it all too easy to share sensitive data with the wrong party and demands persistent vigilance and end-user training. Every user has the power to expose it - internally and externally. Enforcing corporate data security policies via scripts doesn't scale or offer enough functionality. Corporate Security teams need a modern take on data loss prevention.
Visualize sensitive data sharing risk
Google Drive makes it easy for anyone to share files and folders and virtually impossible for security teams to know what sensitive data has already traveled beyond company boundaries. Gain critical visibility into shared sensitive data by combining sensitive data context with user, permission, and domain details.
Easily get back in full control – without tons of work
Security teams need to balance security with productivity. Restrict sensitive sharing too much and productivity drops and users complain. Unrestricted sensitive data sharing increases risk. With Open Raven, security teams can achieve the right balance by implementing granular domain and user-level restrictions. Authorized business partners and contractors? Allow. Personal email addresses and everything else? Deny.
Identify stale data
We've seen this movie before. The thief disables the security camera and wipes surfaces clean to avoid detection and identification. Cloud data resource logs are required for compliance, essential for incident response, often used for performance and cost optimization - when disabled or even deleted, they’re often the first sign of attack.
Automatically respond to oversharing and other risk
Workflow automations enable taking action across individual or groups of files or at the folder and drive level. Configure automatic notifications for employee file owners. Set sharing expiration dates.