Secure Data Rooms for Life Science and Technology

Data rooms allow organizations to securely store and share sensitive data that allows them to conduct due diligence, negotiate deals, and manage business operations. They are used by companies from every industry including life science and technology businesses being some of the heaviest users of secure virtual data rooms (VDRs).

CapLinked in Redondo Beach offers the possibility of a VDR that allows collaboration between businesses and outside partners in a safe and easily setup digital workroom, allowing for the retention of existing folder structures, full tracking of interactions with documents even outside the company firewall and enhanced rights management bank-level encryption, and more.

Compliance with regulations and high stakes transactions require law firms to have access to a flexible and effective tool to collaborate and communicate with clients, partners and vendors. Virtual data rooms give them the capability to accomplish this by making sure that all parties are aware of their security obligations, and providing transparency and visibility into their actions.

Due diligence is essential for mergers and acquisitions, which can require thousands of documents. VDRs can speed up the process by facilitating secure, collaborative environments to review these documents. They can be helpful in raising funds or navigating complex licensing procedures as they permit the safe sharing of clinical research and discoveries with investors around the world at the same time.

To protect these important documents, legal firms need to ensure the highest level of security. The top virtual data room service providers are able to protect their clients’ sensitive information by granting granular permissions, two-factor authentication and fence view, so that authorized users cannot take pictures of confidential documents on the screen. They can also increase security by making regular backups of data on Amazon S3 servers and ‘bank-grade’ 128-bit SSL encryption.

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