It is easy to send emails to the wrong people. This can be embarrassing and demonstrates inherent security and compliance concerns, especially if you work on sensitive material with different organizations and clients.
Data Loss Prevention services go some way to mitigate these issues by flagging sensitive information that can be detected through matching numerical patterns like credit card information. However, DLP can fail to flag content, such as conversational information, and this exposes the organization to high reputational risk.
Using a Challo Workspace, you can add and remove people to collaborate with as you require. If the wrong person is invited, access revocation is simply a case of removing them from the workspace. They no longer have access to any content or historical messages. In addition, audit records show administrators who saw specific content, so that remedial action can be taken.