Nine reasons vaultize is the right data security and drm platform for you

Posted by Camden Swita on November 18 2016

Information is proliferating at mindboggling rates in modern enterprises. A decade back, what was limited to file servers, NAS, enterprise content management (ECM) repositories and desktops is moving out of corporate network to laptops, smartphones and tablets. Hence, traditional endpoint backup solutions that were designed for on-premise laptop and desktop backup are inadequate for the needs of today's mobile. BYOD (bring your own device) enterprise. It's important to equip your team with the proper tools and find the right partner in order to stay secure in such an environment.

Vaultize is designed as a scalable cloud-architected enterprise platform for secure file sharing, anywhere access and mobile collaboration with built-in continuous data protection, digital rights management (DRM) and mobile content management (MCM). It’s built from the ground up with enterprise control and unmatched end-to-end security to protect your data without hampering the end-user productivity even when the users are roaming beyond the corporate perimeter.

Vaultize is the only enterprise file sync & share (EFSS) and mobile collaboration vendor in the world that provides full-featured endpoint data protection through policy-based endpoint backup, endpoint encryption and remote wiping.

There are many reasons why our partners chose us and have stuck with Vaultize to solve their data security needs. Foremost among them is that fact that Vaultize leapfrogs other enterprise endpoint backup solutions in terms of quality and well-roundedness. It’s the obvious choice of enterprise IT for endpoint data protection.

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Topics: Outlook, Partners, EFSS Solution Comparison, Vault KNOX, encryption, Data Privacy, DRM, EFSS

The Risks of Unsecure Email Attachments

Posted by Gary Cooke on November 15 2016

Having spent most of my business career managing and designing corporate messaging systems and/or consulting with companies on messaging and archiving best practices, there is one common thread that’s persisted throughout that entire experience: people sharing data with others through unsecured attachments.

This practice has been happening since the first email systems were created for business and personal use, and those of us on the administrative side of messaging have tried different methods to secure data being shared internally or externally.  If you worked in a large corporation you had a network team that had the single function of protecting the company’s network infrastructure from the evildoers outside of the network. The messaging team was responsible for ensuring that all the emails were delivered to their intended recipients and that no harmful messages (virus, malware, scams or even pornography, in the old days) entered the sanctity of the corporate environment. If you worked in a small to medium company those two teams might be a single person. Yet the job description was the same: protect the company’s data.

In these endeavors, the major concern was then as it is now: Do we know what our employees are sharing and, more importantly, with whom they’re sharing?

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Topics: file security, email, secure email attachment, network security, DRM, control over email

Why Vaultize?

Posted by Nick Kumes on November 9 2016

There are many document storage and file sharing vendors that claim to be “turn-key” but none of them combine security and customization as well as Vaultize. Vaultize enables enterprise customers to manage and protect their sensitive data down at a very granular level. Whether it’s end-to-end security features, advanced user access controls or administrative functionality, it’s the finer details that make Vaultize a holistic console.

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Topics: FTP, Compliance, Competition, Vaultize Solution, Vault KNOX, DRM, EFSS

Vaultize Roadmap Update: What We Have Planned

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on November 3 2016

Vaultize has always been at the forefront of innovation in enterprise file security and secure sharing. We hold our promise of securing data end-to-end – cradle to grave and source to destination – very close to our hearts. This vision is what drives our roadmap and pushes us to continuously update and improve our solutions.

We have been working on some exciting things and wanted to give a preview of some upcoming features. These will be generally available to our customers within the next quarter.

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Topics: Design & Architecture, Features, Announcements, data, roadmap, update, archiving

NYC business leaders gather to discuss data security and internal threats

Posted by Camden Swita on November 1 2016

Over 75 New York business leaders convened at Vaultize’s Cocktails and Conversation event on October 26 to discuss encroaching threats to the security of their companies’ most sensitive data and what can be done about them.

In attendance were directors and executives from Citigroup Private Bank, Stonebridge Capital Markets, Capital One Bank, Société Générale, Goldman Sachs and Berdon LLP. A variety of security issues facing today’s business leaders were brought up in conversations and during a short presentation by Jim Mongillo, Vaultize CEO, including how to deal with threats from internal sources, proper methods for encrypting documents and how to implement an effective DRM strategy.

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Topics: Press, Announcements, file security, data, data breach, data leakage, DRM

Everything that can go wrong when sending and sharing documents

Posted by Nick Kumes on October 27 2016

In a hypercompetitive economy where enterprises are doing everything they can to turn a profit and increase market share, the last thing a business owner or executive wants to see is innovation and growth sabotaged by cyber criminals, hackers, or irresponsible employees.

Unfortunately, the biggest source of risk for data breaches and leaks comes with one of the essential pillars of business today: email. It’s the preferred method of communication for virtually every company out there, and it is vital that organizations take additional precautions to protect their most sensitive information when using it. In this post I’ll go over a few vulnerabilities related to the uncontrolled sharing of documents and data via email that Vaultize helps companies address every day.

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Topics: FTP, data breach, data leakage, secure email attachment, DRM, control over email

Top Data leaks Caused by Poor DRM, File Tracking and Encryption systems

Posted by Camden Swita on October 25 2016

It's amazing how many major data breaches and leaks result from the basic mishandling of sensitive data and a lack of DRM polciies governing access to that data.

If you’re not familiar with the website Information Is Beautiful, spend some time falling down that rabbit hole. It’s a massive collection of interactive infographics showing trends covering everything from the peak age of geniuses to topics hyped by the media over the years and yes, you guessed it, recent data security incidents and their causes.

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Topics: file security, data governance, data leakage, eDRM,, DRM, Panama Papers

Email and document security (or lack thereof) in the legal industry

Posted by Gary Cooke on October 20 2016


 

Everyone in the legal industry is or should be concerned about the security and digital rights management of their sensitive documents and control over their email attachments. In today’s highly networked, mobile world, any information sent electronically is subject to theft or leakage. And it doesn’t matter if you’re at a small firm or company or a large one. A breach or leak can and will come your way, and the only question is how prepared are you to identify the source and shut down access to the compromised material immediately.

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Topics: secure email attachment, DRM, legal, legal document security, control over email

G7 to Finance Sector: Play by These New Rules

Posted by Camden Swita on October 18 2016


The Group of Seven, a bloc of some of the largest industrial powers in the world, paid special attention to financial sector data security threats during its annual meeting earlier this month.

Citing a growing concern over massively expensive and embarrassing breaches and leaks in the industry, the Group of Seven, or G7, released a set of cybersecurity guidelines it insists governments and financial institutions follow to reduce risk.

The damages done to both financial institutions’ and governments’ reputations—not to mention the financial repercussions—by more recent incidents underscores the group’s decision to formalize a common strategy among the world’s economic powers.

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Topics: Access Control, DRM, G7, finance sector regulations, G7 summit, G7 finance, finance

Straw to Brick to Stone: Don’t Get Caught Up in the Network Defense Race

Posted by Mark Chow on October 13 2016

When many people think about data security, they think about network and server security – firewalls, anti-virus, etc. In other words, they think about protection against external threats. Given the press attention paid to breaches caused by “hackers,” this is unsurprising. But external threats only make up less than half of what puts sensitive data, documents and files at risk. At its root, data security is a human error problem, and more often than not breaches and leaks stem from problems within a company’s own ranks.

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Topics: file security, data breach, data leakage, eDRM,, network security, healthcare, EFSS

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