Security is important when leveraging third-party services, and it’s important to know that your vendors are compliant with industry standards including SSAE 16 and SOC 2 security measures.
In order to not slow down the due diligence process, it is critical to ensure that the right access permissions are in place to view and download sensitive documents. The primary way to do this is via access control lists.
Workspace Insights is a workspace analytics dashboard that helps administrators better understand document review workflows. Using it, administrators are now able to quickly access user stats, by group and by individual user, without needing to export reports and review them. Read on to learn how this technology can benefit your business.
A data governance program defines who within an organization has the authority and control over data assets and how those data assets may be used. It encompasses the people, processes and technologies required to manage and protect data assets.
Companies need a strategy to source the right M&A deals, ensuring proper pricing, less friction, and greater efficiency during the due diligence process.
Mergers and acquisitions are fraught with risk. Senior management and their advisors need to put risk avoidance strategies in place to improve the odds of a done deal.
Equity analysts, especially those on the buy side, often need exclusive company data and information that must be kept secure and private. Here’s what to know.
“Security theater” is the practice of implementing only superficial security measures, and cybersecurity programs are not exempt from it. Here’s how it can jeopardize your company.
M&A deals involve the sharing of extremely sensitive documents and data, so how can companies set themselves up to close deals without compromising security? Learn more here.
Understanding the complete picture of a company’s assets vs. equity, in addition to liabilities and other obligations, is essential when bankers, lawyers, accountants and other professionals are performing due diligence in a strategic merger and acquisition (M&A) transaction.