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.
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
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 )
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
It’s time to celebrate, because ServiceRocket has just launched the Security and Encryption Pack for Coda, previously referred as CoPass. And the best part… It is free!
If you’re tired of worrying about your sensitive information getting into the wrong hands, this pack is here to save the day. With features like encryption, access controls, and auditing capabilities, you can lock down your data tighter than a pickle jar lid.