Given the recent shift to a remote workforce, what has changed in your security strategy and/or have you adopted any new technology to ensure you keep sensitive information secure while supporting a remote workforce?

Top Answer : On the investment side, we've seen a significant surge in security software and solutions that aim to help businesses, enterprises especially, more secure - from end point analysis to PII data masking. With the shift to remote, it's become increasingly apparent how unprepared large businesses, i.e. banks, healthcare institutions, and even tech companies, are for a remote workforce. Software companies are scrambling to quickly provide secure solutions for various enterprise needs and we're seeing the earliest stages of these platforms. It's exciting and an important stage in a shift that will enable the workplace of the future.

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Yellow Terminal
Finance, Banking & Insurance
On the investment side, we've seen a significant surge in security software and solutions that aim to help businesses, enterprises especially, more secure - from end point analysis to PII data masking. With the shift to remote, it's become increasingly apparent how unprepared large businesses, i.e. banks, healthcare institutions, and even tech companies, are for a remote workforce. Software companies are scrambling to quickly provide secure solutions for various enterprise needs and we're seeing the earliest stages of these platforms. It's exciting and an important stage in a shift that will enable the workplace of the future.
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Green Processor
Finance, Banking & Insurance
One of our portfolio companies, Polymer, is solving for this problem. It is a data platform that secures and permissions data-in-motion across decentralized tech stacks comprised of collaborative tools, data sharing services, and data stores.  Companies can satisfy SOC 2, CCPA, GDPR across integration points and guard against inadvertent and malicious PII data leaks within distributed teams.
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