Confidencial organizations

A Confidencial organization is a space within the Confidencial platform that is controlled by the appointees (usually IT administrators) of a commercial or government entity. A Confidencial organization consists of a collection of members, usually the employees of a company, that log in to the organization with organization accounts. Organization administrators have the ability to monitor activity within the organization, set organization-wide policies that determine how members can use Confidencial, and recover (decrypt) any content that is encrypted by or for a member within the organization through the use of recovery keys. Confidencial organizations also allow member accounts to be tied to third-party identity providers (IDPs), enabling single sign-on using existing accounts on IDPs such as Microsoft Active Directory and Okta.
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Organization Administration
for other features enabled by Confidencial organizations