Digital collaboration and its inherent data sharing are a fact of life within the modern, cloud-connected enterprise. The traditional assumption of trust given to appropriately credentialed employees and contractors operating within the enterprise’s hardened perimeter has been extended to modern cloud-based architectures. Teams working together to advance business objectives can freely share data across private hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and on-premises-based applications. In most cases, that data is shared in cleartext. Research on data in the cloud shows that only 9.4% of cloud data is encrypted. If that data is exposed to the Internet or otherwise leaked, the organization has little to no means of recalling or deleting it. In the cases of theft, the overall lack of encryption in use means that once the data is stolen, it’s game over.