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New White Paper: Discovering and Limiting Access to Public Survey123 Results

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Do you create surveys with Survey123? Are you responsible for ensuring collected data is secure and configured to respect respondent privacy? How do you find potentially misconfigured survey layers? Once you find those layers, how do you configure them with privacy in mind?

The Esri Software Security and Privacy and Survey123 teams are proud to announce the availability of a new white paper: Discovering and Limiting Access to Public Survey123 Results! This document provides guidance for GIS administrators, survey owners or others involved in implementing a public surveys with respect to privacy and security. In this document we highlight best practices, discuss public survey layer discoverability, detail specific scenarios, and provide contextual discussion to help you protect the information you’ve collected.

This white paper (and many other documents) are found in the documents tab in the ArcGIS Trust Center. We welcome feedback – let us know what you think by emailing softwaresecurity@esri.com

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I'm a member of the Software Security and Privacy Team. I also help out with Esri's Product Security Incident Response Team. I've been with Esri almost 13 years now. Before joining the Software Security and Privacy Team, I was a senior technical lead in Esri Support Services, focusing on deploying, securing, and using ArcGIS Enterprise technology.

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