Jakub Misiura • about 2 years ago
Sensitive/business information sharing vs jury access
I've got a question related to the best practice of providing access for juries to apps and solutions that are currently only set up for single-tenant internal company use, and also tie into some sensitive business information.
In our case, we have a whole interconnected system of self-developed add-ins, workbooks, Sharepoint lists, apps & Power BI reports hat we thought would perfectly fit the idea of this contest, but I'm not sure how far should we go in terms of securing the data that these integrations tap into, before providing access to juries. As the rules don't mention that, is it required to set it all up as a separate developer tenant? That would mean copying over and re-configuring all of our existing systems, as well as probably generating some fake information that would be displayable. Would a separate Sharepoint site within our existing tenant be enough of a solution?
Or are the juries okay with just being given a guest access to our existing tenant data? Is there any sort of NDA or other safety measure that we can look at to ensure no leaks of sensitive information happen?
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