Let’s say you’ve created a SaaS application that lets customers keep track of their vendors. Things are going well and you’re adding many customers. One day, a curious customer starts messing around with the IDs in URLs and stumbles across a vendor they shouldn’t have access to. This is Very Bad™, especially if your customers are relying on your application to store sensitive information!
Today the European Union’s top court ruled that Privacy Shield is invalid which means that companies who do business in the EU and bring customer data to the US will likely need to make dramatic changes or risk significant fines. At this point companies have three options, and we’ll list them in order of (lowest to highest) potential impact on the business. If you’d like to learn more about what the death of Privacy Shield means for your business we encourage you to join our free interactive Q&A webinar that’s being held on July 23rd, 2020 at 8:30am PT. Register for the webinar now!
Comply Rooms is a new way for compliance teams to help Sales close deals faster while reducing their effort. It is sales enablement for compliance teams, completely reinvented, so that companies can easily turn compliance into customer trust. Customers and prospects can access compliance documents in a self-serve environment while automatic watermarking, NDA gated access, and advanced reporting make the tool simple yet powerful.
The Comply integration with Jira that will make evidence collection and collaboration with teammates radically easier and faster. Now Compliance can work in Comply while engineers work in Jira, and tickets can be created, assigned, monitored, and completed. Compliance teams can use Comply as the one tool to operate from and the single source of truth.
Sydney Shea didn’t grow up dreaming of becoming a Product Designer — she didn’t even know Product Design was a possibility.
Aptible discusses permanence and how it helps foster a high-performing remote team. Learn how we define permanence at Aptible, read some of the manifestations of our 'culture of permanence' and learn how permanence both informs and is informed by remote work.
Aptible team members, who have enjoyed the flexibility that comes with being part of a fully distributed team since Employee #1, share their workspaces and advice for making remote work really work for them.