Companies have digitized to meet customer expectations for digital engagement and accommodate the needs of a rising remote workforce. Digital is here to stay, but this adoption also led to more cybersecurity threats—especially within the financial services sector, which reported the highest number of data breaches in 2021.*
Credentials are one of the most targeted forms of data—accounting for over 40 percent of the compromised data in 2020 and 2021.* DocuSign has a comprehensive approach to credentials, providing the means to manage and monitor corporate users and identify signers' credentials. These capabilities improve companies' ability to identify and respond to unauthorized activity while enhancing compliance and visibility across DocuSign accounts.
This session's overview of DocuSign Admin Tools, Monitor and Identity Verification will highlight how to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your administrative and security resources—resulting in an improved risk and compliance profile. You’ll also hear how Thomas Novak, Chief Digital Officer of Visions Federal Credit Union, has leveraged these tools to align more closely to leading cybersecurity frameworks and gain agreement control and visibility.
During this session, you'll learn:
- Management options for domains, accounts and users and their agreements
- Security capabilities for identifying and responding to compromised credentials and bad internal actors
- Identity verification and authentication options to protect signer access and support compliance
*2022 Data Breach Investigations Report, Verizon
Manas Baba - DocuSign
Cheryl ONeill - DocuSign