Seclore’s Enterprise Digital Rights Management solution enables organizations to control the usage of files wherever they go, both within and outside of organizations’ boundaries. The ability to remotely enforce and audit who can do what with a file (view, edit, copy, screen capture, print, run macros), from which device, and when empowers organizations to embrace BYOD, Cloud services, Enterprise File Synch and Share (EFSS) and external collaboration with confidence.
Featuring dozens of pre-built connectors for leading enterprise applications (EFSS, DLP, ECM, ERP, and eMail), Seclore automates the protection of documents as they are downloaded, discovered, and shared to ensure rapid adoption. Seclore was recently recognized by Frost & Sullivan with a Growth Excellence award, by Deloitte as one of the ‘50 Fastest Growing Technology Companies,’ and by Gartner as a ‘Cool Vendor,’ due to innovations in browser-based access to protected documents. With over 4 million users across 420 companies in 22 countries, Seclore is helping organizations achieve their data security, governance, and compliance objectives.
Organizations collaborating with third-party entities, where employees are sharing files with individuals outside of the organization, are facing security risks at unprecedented scale. These dynamics correlate to the need for security controls such as Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) to protect sensitive information when it travels outside of the corporate firewall.
In this presentation, analyst Doug Cahill from Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) will discuss the findings from a recent study where over 200 IT and Security Professionals shared their views on the challenges with external collaboration, and his recommendations for best practices. Lynne Courts, VP of Marketing from Seclore will share how to build a comprehensive data-centric security strategy with such technologies as next-generation EDRM.
Join us and discover:
- The most vulnerable information – what types of files are regularly shared externally that pose the greatest risks
- Industry and analyst views on where shared sensitive data needs protecting, and what defences are most effective
- How to best design a comprehensive data-centric security strategy for shared information that will protect data, meet compliance regulations and reduce your risks
You’ve heard it over and over again how securing the network, applications and devices is just not enough. Focusing only on stopping break-ins to your network leaves your data vulnerable when an intruder finds a back door way in. But what happens when your data leaves the front gate to conduct business with contractors, suppliers, partners, etc.
In this one hour webcast, you’ll learn how to build a strong Data-Centric Security strategy by classifying sensitive information and automatically applying security controls to the data whether it stays inside or outside your castle. Join Seclore and Boldon James to learn how to:
Apply visual and metadata classification labels to clearly identify sensitive data
Automatically add persistent protection to sensitive data based on policy rules
Control access and usage to sensitive data wherever it travels
Stay compliant with real time audits of file access and usage
2016 was a wild ride, with cybersecurity and warfare dominating the headlines. The new EU General Data Protection Act (GDPR) impacts many financial services organizations globally and may be an indication of what’s ahead for North America.
On top of that, we have the growing use of innovative, and often unsanctioned, collaboration technologies such as Enterprise File Sharing Services, further accelerating the flow of information outside of the organization’s perimeter.
It is safe to say that ensuring the security of information is an even higher concern than ever before and that the current Information Security infrastructure isn’t making the grade.
Join us for this webcast in the field of data-centric security will discuss the top seven security trends that will impact banks and financial institutions in 2017.
Join this presentation to learn the top security trends that will impact banks and financial institutions in 2017, including:
· Impacts of anticipated cybersecurity legislation and new global regulations on protecting data.
· What’s missing the Information Security arsenal?
· How to embrace collaboration and other technology innovations with less risk.
· Is the shift to data-centric security the answer?
If sensitive data gets into the wrong hands, it can spell disaster. Do you know if your business data is safe? Know the risks, so you can protect your business data and mitigate your security risks. Join this webinar to learn how to address rights management, and other security risks.
In this session, you will learn:
• How Information Rights Management (IRM) provides persistent document-centric security
• Why personal file sharing services fail for business use
• How to protect business data and gain secure IT oversight
• What it takes to address employee needs for secure file sharing without compromising critical business data
• What the requirements are for secure Enterprise File Sync and Sharing
The webcast looks at typical information security issues faced in outsourcing, their causes possible remedies. It also introduces Seclore InfoSource, a secure outsourcing technology for “end to end encryption” of information shared with outsourcing partners. Seclore InfoSource introduces an easy to integrate method in existing business processes and involving minimum changes in infrastructure.Read more >
External collaboration is the new normal for business processes. Worker mobility, the increase in cloud applications, and new technologies for sending and sharing files are increasing the complexity and introducing new security risks. As a result of these new dynamics, more information is leaving the corporate perimeter. Learn how new solutions, such as Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) are being adopted to enable secure collaboration.Read more >
IRM is a set of policies and technologies that help enterprises control the usage of information contained in shared documents. IRM will address information security needs for all types of enterprises. But for an organization to evaluate if they need an IRM systemRead more >