Using Slack With Traceless

Integrate your chat software

Keep unencrypted secrets and files out of your chat

Traceless is an intuitive security platform that rapidly integrates with chat softwares, multi-factor authentication applications, and PSAs

We are a security tool. But, we also preserve your money. We save your business valuable time. It goes without saying that time is money. And with Traceless, your team will have access to cost-efficient payment plans, where you can find one that best suits your company. Save your company countless hours on validating customers' identities with our streamlined integrations into your ticket or chat software.

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What are the risks?

Leaving unencrypted secrets at rest in Slack or Teams can have severe consequences and pose big risks to your organization’s security. Are you willing to take the gamble?

Leaving sensitive data, such as passwords, API keys, or confidential documents, within Slack pollutes your communications infrastructure. You are giving hackers a key to your locks. If a malicious actor gains access to a Slack workspace, they can easily search for and retrieve these keys to your systems. After gaining access they can retrieve more valuable data, install malware, or use that access as a foothold for further gain.
Unfortunately, threats can come from within the company as well. Employees or contractors with malicious intent can also exploit secrets left in Slack. Without proper data management, anyone with access to the workspace can find these keys. It’s crucial to implement tools to mitigate the risks associated with insider threats and ensure that only authorized individuals can view and use sensitive data.
There are compliances and regulations central for any company's operations. Leaving unencrypted secrets in Slack may violate industry-specific regulations and compliance requirements for your company. Many regulatory frameworks, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), mandate the protection of sensitive data through encryption and secure storage practices. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in legal consequences, financial penalties, and damage to the organization’s reputation

Using Slack keyboard shortcuts, you are able to create one-time links directly from within the platform. This removes the risk of your sensitive data being compromised. This transaction also leaves a paper trail of the exchange without your private data being stored.

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