Whitelisting Access Using Managed User Groups
Companies frequently hire contractors and provide them with company email addresses to access internal networks and applications. This creates an issue with contractors having visibility into an entire folders and not just the projects/folders that apply to them. Shield's whitelisting capabilities allow us to limit external email domains, but because contractors are given a company email domain the whitelisting capabilities do not apply.
We would like to be able to create a "Consultants" Managed User Group and whitelist access to break waterfall permission for internal Managed User Groups.
Todd Morrison commented
We'd like the ability to whitelist or blacklist folders using internal managed user groups. In addition to consultants that are prohibited from having access to certain content, there are other use cases where certain data needs to be restricted to a subset of users, but we do not want to move the data to another area.