Vaultize becomes the first solution provider to integrate enterprise digital rights management (eDRM aka enterprise information rights management) with enterprise file sync & share (EFSS), mobile file sharing and mobile content management (MCM). Seamless integration of rights management with enterprise mobility further strengthens the position of Vaultize as the leader in enterprise file security - giving enterprise IT end-to-end security, control and visibility, while providing consumer-like user experience to end-users.
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Over a period of time, companies have heavily invested into security products like firewalls, anti-spam and intrusion prevention/detection that protect the corporate perimeter. This approach to information security is not enough in today’s world of consumerization, mobility and Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) where data is being increasingly used from end-user devices that are outside the corporate perimeter. Hence the idea of protecting corporate information through traditional network and perimeter-based security measures is now being seen as ineffective in the light of security breaches and company data leaks in the recent past. This post talks about the key principles of information-centric security.
Many enterprises have deployed Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution with compliance, data governance and data leakage prevention objectives in mind. But they are not being used to their full capacity because they are being used to allow or block depending on sensitivity of content. Because of large false positives, most of the information is being blocked from being transferred outside – creating issues for end-users as well as IT. Now many new-generation enterprise rights management solutions are available that seamlessly integrate with DLP to ensure that the information that requires highest security is locked down automatically through appropriate access rights been applied, while information that does not need securing is not touched.
Many IT leaders think that just deploying enterprise digital rights management or Data Loss Prevention or Mobile Device Management (MDM) or Data Protection solutions are enough and their responsibility ends there. Although standalone DRM, DLP and MDM have been of immense value, they just remain as check-boxes on paper - without widespread corporate adoption and acceptance. A well-thought approach to enterprise file security makes a big difference in the way that organizations do business, meet compliance and data governance requirements, ensure privacy, and protect the intellectual property of the company – and, in the era of consumerization, allow end-users to be more productive and efficient. This blog post talks about five most common file security mistakes.
This blog post talks about the six big trends in enterprise file security market:
- Embedded enterprise digital rights management
- Multi-dimensional access rights
- Content-aware DLP integration
- Content Aggregation for security controls
- Cloud information protection and security
- Data containerization
The external threat landscape has also grown to a level never seen before, as cybercrime is rampant. Many enterprises’ data is now available on WikiLeaks. Email chains from Sony Pictures and leaked memos from Barclays are among the scores of leaked documents now public record on WikiLeaks. A well-implemented DRM solution will make a big difference in the way companies do business, meet compliance and governance objectives, ensure privacy, and protect the digital assets of the company. DRM implementation means a big investment for companies, not only financially, but also in terms of time, resources, disruption and the risk of failure. Hence it is not a type of investment that one can simply scrap if it doesn’t work out. With that in mind, this blog post provides a list of best practices you should consider while implementing enterprise rights management in your organization.