Secure Exchange of Information

Information exchange regarding vulnerabilities and threats is crucial to the effectiveness of security response. Effective and timely distribution can only thrive in a climate of trust. This requires a common policy framework and language as well as an understanding of what can be accomplished by whom with shared data.

Secure exchange of information involves sending, sharing and receiving sensitive information – such as large files – in a safe manner over the internet. The demands for this kind of communication will only increase as organisations continue to grow and work with partners and suppliers across boundaries.

In the modern business world the safe transmission of small and large documents, ad-hoc messages and other documents will become more crucial. In many cases encryption is an essential part of the communication process. For example, encryption of emails is required to ensure digital communication stays secure.

When it comes down to ad-hoc sms and receiving, there are numerous methods to do it safely. One option is to use an information exchange portal that is secure that provides encrypted point-topoint messaging and storage. Cloud folders are a different option, where both access to read and write is possible.

The NIST document Management of the Security of Information Exchanges states that the security level required for a more structured information exchange should be proportional to the risk. This is to safeguard the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data when it is transferred between different entities.

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