Warwick Academy, established in 1662 and one of the oldest schools in the Western Hemisphere, realized they needed a better way to protect student information. Whether it is fingerprint data or health records, find out how this organization is using Rights Management to protect student information shared with employees and outsource partners.
Asian Paints, a leading chemical manufacturing company required data that was distributed from their IBM ECM system to be secure when downloaded and shared internally and externally. Additionally they needed this information to be compliant with regulators. See why Asian Paints choose Seclore’s automated approach to Rights Management.
The Electronics Division of Larsen and Toubro manufactures electronic systems, energy meters, medical equipment and petroleum pumps. They had sufficient security but needed to protect small but critical processes, know-hows and design secrets. Learn how Seclore helped them secure the crown jewels of their business.
One of the largest global media and technology conglomerates needed to share sensitive information between multiple divisions, such as M&A correspondence, customer data, and scripts. Recognizing the risks, they complemented their DLP system with a Rights Management solution. See how Seclore’s DLP connector was able to automatically attach security policies as data traveled between divisions.
Worker mobility, the increased use of cloud applications, and file sync and share solutions for sending and sharing files are increasing the complexity of IT’s job. External collaboration represents the new normal of business operations.
Fugro Survey is a leading global business in the field of marine survey, geotechnical investigation and geosciences services. To carry out their surveys and generate reports, they required experts and expensive equipment. But lost reports meant loss business which is why they turned to Seclore for help.
Aditya Birla, a multi-business conglomerate needed to secure critical information that was downloaded and shared from their SAP system to internal business units, vendors and external suppliers. See how they were able to automatically secure documents from SAP ERP and simplify their audits with Seclore Rights Management.
To effectively function in the business world today, organization need to share files beyond their perimeter. Learn how Seclore Rights Management enables you to easily define, enforce, and remotely control granular usage policy on a file regardless of the device or location.
Banks have stringent compliance regulations to protect customer personal information whether through loan verification documents, collection agencies or card personalization and embossing that is often outsourced to another vendor. Understand how Seclore can extend your bank’s security outside your corporate borders.
As enterprises increasingly collaborate with partners, outsourcers, sub-contractors and prospects using file-sharing, email and mobile devices, Seclore enables companies to persistently secure and audit the use of this information as it flows within and outside of the enterprise.
Whether it’s protecting intellectual property, manufacturing plant designs or complying with ITAR or EAR on exports, manufacturing companies need a solutions that not only protect sensitive data but also meet regulation obligations. Learn how Seclore is helping manufacturing companies do just that.
If you’re a pharmaceutical company, you know there are various scenarios where intellectual property needs to be protected from getting into the wrong hands. Learn how Seclore can protect IP, such as your supplier audit reports, R&D guidelines, customer drug formulation and more.
Collaboration tools like Box allows teams to work in the Cloud and with third parties but once the files are downloaded you no longer have control of the files. Learn how Seclore Rights Management protects files that are downloaded and shared so that you never lose control.
A major obstacle to the success of Enterprise Digital Rights Management is the need for a local agent. With many of your external and temporarily collaborations such as contractors, vendors, auditors, lawyers, etc., installing an agent can be a hinderance to adoption.
A biopharmaceutical company delivering discovery-led in-house R&D programs, drug development, clinical research and integrated research services to leading global pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies needed a solution to protect confidential intellectual property, research and legal agreements from unauthorized access. Learn how Seclore was able to protect all of their intellectual property.
In our hyperconnected world, advances in collaboration technologies, multiple devices and increased use of outsourcing, hackers are seizing more and more opportunities to steal data from companies. Stay ahead of hackers – read Seclore’s Top 6 data security predictions for 2017.
Let’s face it, collaboration whether internal or external puts a company’s sensitive information at risk. In 2016, analyst ESG (Enterprise Strategy Group) surveyed over 200 security professionals to understand their biggest data security concerns. With the research data, ESG identifies trends in the market and provides their recommendations for best practices when implementing data-centric security strategy.
SAP contains highly confidential information and offers extensive risk controls, but once a report is downloaded this information can be shared internally and externally. Learn how Seclore is filling in the gap to ensure that access and usage controls are allowed only by the intended recipient.
Primary responsibilities for a Bureau of Statistics Agency includes collecting, classifying, storing and analyzing economic, social, demographic and agricultural and environmental data. Due to the volume of a bureau’s data and the fact that data is the bedrock of their agency, security of the data being shared with third parties was critical. Learn how Seclore helped them protect data while keeping the flow of information moving.
With multiple platforms running multiple applications from multiple vendors, APIs are critical to derive maximum advantage from each technology. Seclore’s scalable and robust APIs allows its technology to be used as a ‘service’ by other applications to be fully leveraged.
For a life insurance company, information security and protecting policyholder personally identifiable information (PII) is critical especially when it’s being shared with business partners and agents. Learn how this life insurance company regained control of their data and was able to audit access and usage of files, as well as expire access to them.
A fast growing international conglomerate in the consumer goods industry required the ability to research, create, collaborate and analyze data within their business units and with other groups and partners to stay competitive. Learn how their critical intellectual property, used to propel the company forward was secured from falling into the wrong hands.
Frost & Sullivan notes that ERM is clearly growing. As ‘hacking-for-profit’ becomes more sophisticated and globalization of companies and outsourcing of workflows continue, the risks from theft or misuse of sensitive documents grows. See why Frost & Sullivan chose Seclore as a leader in their class.
User specific access permissions can be defined on SharePoint libraries to mitigate security risk but once downloaded these permissions are lost. Seclore Rights Management can help you extend the security of Microsoft SharePoint upon download and beyond your organization’s perimeter.
The ERM market comes of age. Traditionally ERM systems have been viewed as cumbersome rather than business-critical technology. This is now changing as agile, modern vendors are bringing feature-rich solutions with flexible interfaces and unobtrusive deployment models.
Want to rapidly close the security gaps in your external collaboration? Don’t just rely on employees to manually secure files. Expand the security from your existing systems by automatically attaching security policies to a file once its downloaded, discovered and shared from a system.
Symantec Data Loss Prevention technology monitors your sensitive data and prevents it from leaking outside your enterprise. But what happens to the data once it’s discovered? With Seclore Connector for Symantec DLP enables you to extend your data security to wherever your information travels.
Complying with the GDPR of the EU can be challenging as data often flows outside the corporate perimeters to third parties. How can you be certain your third parties are complying with GDPR with your customers private information? A data-centric security approach can help you track and audit wherever your information resides and give you control of it at any time. Hear Seclore’s CEO, Vishal Gupta share how you can get prepared.
Are you in the HR organization? Then you know first hand that your team needs to share sensitive HR information both across business units internally and outside of the organizations with third parties. With an EDRM solution, information can be protected throughout the collaboration lifecycle. Learn how.
The Seclore Connector for Box enables you to persistently secure your files from the moment a file leaves a creator’s desktop, while the file is in Box and through the time the file is on the recipient’s devices and being worked on. Seclore keeps your sensitive information secure.
Outsourcing, cloud computing, BYOD and collaboration with external parties are just some of the ways finance companies are sharing customer personal information, credit card numbers, merger & acquisition data, etc., outside their organization. Learn how finance companies can create an information security strategy to protect the data wherever it goes.
Documents stored with IBM ECM are often highly confidential. User-specific access permissions are defined in IBM ECM folders to mitigate security risk but once the files are checked out you no longer have control of your files. Seclore Connector for IBM ECM attaches access and usage controls so your files remain secure when they leave the system.
Concerned about intellectual property created in SOLIDWORKS may end up in the wrong hands? Seclore’s “Secure Pack-and-Go” plugin within the SOLIDWORKS desktop application, adds access and usage controls to files so that sensitive information shared in the collaboration process with contractors, partners or vendors is not at risk.
In an era where outsourcing, cloud computing, BYOD, file-sharing and collaboration with third parties is the norm, financial services’ information assets are at risk. Identify areas of exposure so your most sensitive information is protected and compliant.
Once a business intelligence report has been downloaded to a desktop, you cannot control whether the data is shared with an unauthorized recipient, either maliciously or by accident. Seclore Rights Management secures a report from the moment it is created and throughout the lifecycle of the document.
Manufacturing may not be swimming in regulations, but the loss of intellectual property can be damaging to the bottom line if the information ends up in the wrong hands. Find out where your security is lacking and what you can do to protect it.
Enter the age of the borderless enterprise. Today Telco companies are sharing information with outsourced vendors, temporary contractors, on employee’s personal mobile devices and so on. If you’re a Telco, learn all the areas of vulnerability and how you can protect your most sensitive information and while staying compliant.
The Pharma sector spends more money on research than any other sector, and non-core functions are being outsourced more than ever before. This makes it critical for Pharma firms to ensure the security and safety of the intellectual property. Learn how Seclore is securing sensitive information for their Pharma customers.
When blockbuster movies get leaked before their release date or private emails get shared with the public, this can severely damage a media company’s bottom line and reputation. Seclore Rights Management protects the access and usage of a file and/or email wherever it travels. See how Seclore is helping Media companies.
The new GDPR is about protecting EU citizens’ privacy. Get the definitive guide to understanding the regulation and how to leverage rights management to address several aspects of GDPR compliance.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU regulation designed to unify and normalize the data protection framework within the EU. If your organization is in the EU or you are a global company that handles personal data of EU citizens, persistent data-centric security can help you achieve your compliance objectives.
Whether data resides with a Federal agency or the contractor, a rights management solution can mitigate the risk of data be leaked. Learn how Seclore Rights Management meets NIST 800-171 requirements to keep you in control of the data regardless of where it travels.
Export of defense-related articles and services is one of the few areas in the manufacturing sector that is heavily regulated and fined for export violations. Companies in violation are hurt by the negative media coverage. An easy way to solve sensitive information from leaking is through an EDRM solution.
Banks in India are stepping up their efforts to cope with outsourcing of sensitive data to third parties and being compliant with RBI and PCI-DSS. With Seclore EDRM, you are no longer at the mercy of your vendor’s environment. Learn how you can protect data and meet compliance regulations.
Security of personal information of citizens has always been a high priority in the UAE. It has now become legally mandated into law in the UAE Cabinet Resolution No. 21 of 2013. Learn what this means for your company and how you can protect personal information that travels outside your company’s borders.