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Employees should know by now that installing file-sharing software on company hardware is a major security threat. Use this policy to ensure that they understand the rules against peer-to-peer file sharing and the consequences for breaking them.
Sharing company files via any platform other than secure FTP is a major security and intellectual property risk. Employees need to understand that they cannot use peer-to-peer file sharing software on company-owned devices or any hardware that connects to the company network.
Use this template to set file-sharing policies for your organization.
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