VDR for cybersecurity could be an essential tool for any company that is reliant on the safety of sensitive data. Even those who don’t share their documents with external partners might need to share confidential data with internal teams or legal counsel. They need to be able to share this information without the risk of cyber theft.
A good VDR has multi-factor authentication and access control mechanisms, in addition to monitoring file activity in order to identify any unauthorized actions. It should also include a feature which allows administrators to monitor who has used the data and at what time. This is helpful for security investigation. It is also required to encrypt and watermark files to stop tampering with sensitive information.
Some of the suggestions in IEC 61996-1, for example the requirement of a key or tool to gain access, limiting access to interfaces and software that are proprietary, and using seals or stickers to indicate that tampering is taking place can be helpful. However they do nothing to defend against the attacks described in this paper that require access the operating system. Additionally the password requirements in this standard are only applicable to the data being stored and do not cover the device’s interface that is accessible that could be used to circumvent this security.
It is important to remember that the use of a VDR solution for cybersecurity requires an integrated strategy, beginning with choice of the best solution and encouraging users to adopt it. To ensure the security and confidentiality of their data, businesses should conduct regular audits as well as system upgrades. If there is no VDR for cybersecurity is not in place, businesses are at risk of data breaches and serious financial penalties.