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Six Critical Digital Workplace Security Risks and How to Avoid Them

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Noncompliance: A Top Digital Collaboration Security Risk

by Aware HQ


The risks and costs associated with noncompliance can be extremely high. In some industries, financial penalties alone can cost an organization tens of thousands of dollars a day. This doesn’t include the time and expense of getting and staying compliant, damage to the company’s reputation, loss of shareholder trust, and so on.

When an organization adds an ESN, additional data and internal activities must be monitored for industry compliance and adherence to regulations. Without the right tool in place, checking for regulatory and compliance issues in an ESN is like finding a needle in a haystack. Companies need a security platform that oversees all collaboration networks and tools, and at the same time, supports compliance and audit-readiness.

Learn more in the "Top Six Critical Digital Workplace Security Risks — and How to Avoid Them".

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