Exposure by Platform

Scanning with Exposure

When configuring a policy for exposure, it is important to keep in mind that whatever platforms are selected for exposure will be the ONLY platforms scanned. For example, if a policy is created and in the Platform section of the configuration Google, Office 365 and Slack are selected, but in the Exposure settings only Google and Slack are selected, the policy will only monitor Google and Slack.

Box

  • Shared with internal (managed) users—Users listed and added through the Box Admin Console, including when files are shared with a link to people within the organization.
  • Shared with external (unmanaged) users—Box accounts outside of the listed users in the Box Admin Console
  • Shared with a public link—Anyone with the link has access.
  • Shared with users outside the domain(s) specified in Settings—External users outside the home domain
  • Specific shares (Users and Groups; Domains and top-level domains)—Any internal or external users, groups or domains specifically listed

Dropbox

  • Shared with non-team members—Anyone outside the organization's Dropbox collaboration
  • Public with link—Anyone with the link has access
  • Team wide—Anyone within the organization's Dropbox collaboration
  • Team wide with link—A link that is accessible to anyone externally if searched for or shared outside the team
  • Shared with any external user—Users outside the home domain can have access
  • Specific shares (Users and Groups; Domains and top-level domains)—Any internal or external users, groups or domains specifically listed

Google

Google Drive

  • Domain wide—Anyone within the domain has access.
  • Domain wide with link—Anyone within the domain has access to the link.
  • Public on the web—Accessible by anyone on the internet
  • Public with link—Accessible by anyone on the internet who has access to the link or can search for it
  • Shared exclusively with internal users—Only domain and sub-domain users have access.
  • Shared with any external user—At least one user outside of the domain has access.
  • Specific Shares (Users, Groups and OUs; Domains and top-level domains)—Any groups, OUs, domains or users specifically listed have access.

Google +

  • Public on the Web—All information is easily shared with and accessible to anyone on the internet.

Google Sites (Classic)

  • Domain wide—Anyone within the domain can access the site.
  • Domain wide with link—Anyone within the domain can access the site only via a link.
  • Public on the web—Anyone on the internet has access to the site.
  • Public with link—Anyone on the internet can access the site only via a link.
  • Shared exclusively with internal users— Only domain and sub-domain users have access to the site.
  • Shared with any external user—At least one user outside of the domain has access to the site.
  • Specific shares (Users, Groups and OUs; Domains and top-level domains)—Any internal or external users, groups or domains specifically listed can access the site.

Google Sites Exposure

Exposure is only monitored when the ACLs or sharing permissions of the site are changed, not the publishing permissions.

Office 365

  • Public with link—Accessible by anyone on the internet who has access to the link or can search for it
  • Shared exclusively with internal users—Only domain and sub-domain users have access.
  • Shared with any external user—At least one user outside of the domain has access.
  • Specific shares (Users and Groups; Domains and top-level domains)— Any internal or external users, groups or domains specifically listed

Salesforce Chatter

  • All exposure levels—All chatter posts are monitored.
  • Private exposures—Only internally exposed chatter posts are monitored.
  • Public exposures—Only chatter posts shared externally to communities are monitored.

Slack Exposure

When monitoring exposure for Slack, Cloudlock will only search for attachments that fit the criteria selected.

Slack

Slack for Teams

  • File hosted by external service—File is stored in a 3rd party cloud service such as Google Drive or Dropbox.
  • Public—Public channel is accessible by anyone
  • Public with link—Accessible by anyone on the internet who has access to the link or can search for it
  • Specific shares (Users and Groups; Domains and top-level domains)—Any internal or external users, groups or domains specifically listed

Slack (Enterprise)

  • File hosted by external service—File is stored in a 3rd party cloud service such as Google Drive or Dropbox.
  • Public—Public channel is accessible by anyone
  • Public with link—Accessible by anyone on the internet who has access to the link or can search for it

## Webex Teams

  • Shared with any external user—At least one user outside of the domain has access.
  • Shared with users outside the domain(s) specified in Settings—Externally shared with users outside the domain
  • Specific shares (Users and Spaces; Domains and top-level domains)—Only spaces created by the Webex Teams Admin who authorized Cloudlock can be specified for monitoring.

Updated about a month ago

Exposure by Platform


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