Best Practices Guide: Securing Collaboration Tools


Published September 2020


Organizations today are deploying collaboration tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams at a rapid pace, driven by the unprecedented challenges of maintaining productivity while transitioning to a remote workforce. Microsoft reported that daily usage for Microsoft Teams more than doubled (from 20m to 44m users) in the time period from November 2019 to March 2021. Slack has witnessed similar growth, although the specific numbers have not been publicly disclosed.

As the adoption of collaboration tools skyrockets, the risks that organizations face are also running at an all time high. The need for the tools cannot wait, and concerns for security must be addressed. Netskope has years of experience working with customers deploying cloud security, and in this guide, their experts provide practical and detailed recommendations for the best practices for implementing security for deploying Slack and Microsoft Teams across your organization.

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