Accellion, Inc., provider of the leading governance platform for sending, receiving, and sharing encrypted information, today announced secure, compliant, and convenient information sharing for enterprises using Google Drive.
With Accellion, enterprise G Suite users send, receive, and share confidential files externally with complete compliance and authentication. Accellion lets organizations control all external file exchanges through a single governance platform, no matter what the data source, to mitigate the risk of a data leak or access by unauthenticated users.
As part of the Google Cloud Technology Partner Program, the Accellion plugin for Google Drive lets security-first organizations:
Accellion also enables enterprise G Suite users to convert their shared Google Docs to Microsoft files to enhance collaboration with external partners. Accellion allows G Suite users to bridge their corporate Google world with the corporate Microsoft world while keeping their confidential documents secure and collaboration compliant. G Suite users now have the best of both worlds: collaborative cloud editing internally and compliant, industry-standard Office file sharing externally.
“With Accellion, G Suite users have a single governance platform that reduces the risk of inadvertently exposing sensitive information,” said Yaron Galant, chief product officer with Accellion. “It’s now very simple for G Suite users to securely share Google Docs containing sensitive data outside of their organization through systems like Microsoft, Salesforce, and Oracle.”
Learn more: Accellion plugin for Google Drive.
The Accellion secure content communication platform prevents data breaches and compliance violations from third party cyber risk. With Accellion, CIOs and CISOs gain complete visibility, compliance and control over IP, PII, PHI, and other sensitive content across all third-party communication channels, including email, file sharing, mobile, enterprise apps, web portals, SFTP, and automated inter-business workflows. Accellion has protected more than 25 million end users at more than 3,000 global corporations and government agencies, including NYC Health + Hospitals; KPMG; Kaiser Permanente; Latham & Watkins; National Park Service; Umpqua Bank; Tyler Technologies; and the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST).