Parsec use case with Montpellier Méditerranée airport

by | May 23, 2022 | Technology

Our activity at Montpellier Méditerranée airport involves daily exchanges on subjects related to cybersecurity and airport security. We work on restricted documents, so it is essential for us to have total control over the way these documents are shared and distributed to internal and external recipients.

With other solutions for sending encrypted files, the storage of the document itself is not necessarily tracked and/or secured. Parsec implements a sharing space that we can be sure is secure, which meets our expectations from a security point of view. In addition, Parsec is certified by the ANSSI: this was an essential criterion among the solutions we studied during our research.

The first factor for us was therefore the level of security; as for the ergonomics, we discovered this by using the tool. Our users are both technophiles and non-technophiles. For the latter, the ergonomics of Parsec are similar to those of a Dropbox or Sharepoint tool. 

The ergonomics of Parsec made it possible to quickly get to grips with the tool, provided that users were supported during the deployment. 

The area of improvement for us would be in the administration and control of data sharing by users across the enterprise. It would be nice if this was a bit more advanced, for example, tracking the volume of data for each user, knowing who they can or cannot share their enclaves with etc., this could be a future need for us.  


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