Preview: CoPass - Encrypt sensitive data in a doc and share them securely

Hola! My name is Amen Teng, a Senior Product Manager at ServiceRocket. I am excited to share this pack we are making with the Coda community.

Started as Security & Encryption for Confluence app on Atlassian, we are bringing the in-doc data encryption idea to Coda.

Here is a TLDR of what this pack is about:

Problem

  • No reliable method to protect and share sensitive data in a consolidated doc.
  • Many potential data breach points which violate the organization/client security policies.
  • Can’t track who accesses/edits sensitive data.

Solution

  • End-to-end industry-grade encryption to secure sensitive data in a doc that should only be available to the people authorized to view or edit them.

Here is a quick demo of the CoPass pack:

The feature list of the pack:

  • Encrypt and decrypt data in a Doc
  • Copy secret
  • Permitted user control
  • Audit log viewing

What’s next? I hear you ask. We plan to launch this as a premium pack, but first, we hope to get some beta testers to make this pack a better one. If you are interested in getting the first hands-on experience of this pack, you can sign up by using this form: https://forms.gle/TzsqhB1oZJ5PA7wV7

We would be more than happy to hear from everyone here. Please feel free to comment below.
(p/s: it is ok to tell us that our baby is ugly :blush:)

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Holla, here is an update for this pack. We spent the past 2 months developing the pack and it is now ready. We also name it “Security and Encryption for Coda”. Here is a short demo video:

We are actively looking for feedback from all the Codans. Tell us what you think about the pack would ya?

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Hi there @Amen_Teng :slight_smile:

What an interesting pack you’ve made!!!

I’d like to test it to better understand how datas can be managed and how can i integrate those with other workflows in the doc’s (like, can i store sensitive data like this and still being able to use them in tables?)

Should i enroll in the testing using the link above?
p.s. why google forms instead of a coda form? hehehehehehehe :slight_smile:

@Mario Sure! I will PM you shortly.
Haha, Google Form is for easier data aggregation with other platform later. :laughing:

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