Flexible File Protection Methods

Securing Files has Never Been Easier

Seclore FileSecure is built on the philosophy that information security should be as easy and seamless as possible – both for IT and the business.

We’ve made the act (and art) of securing file-based data so seamless, you won’t even know it’s there!

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Automatic Protection: Integration with Enterprise Applications

Files or reports downloaded from your enterprise applications – ECM, DMS, ERP, transactional systems, and more – can be instantly protected just before download. This ensures that your data will always be distributed in a secured form.

The best part: The user experience of extracting and downloading data remains exactly the same as before. Enough said.



Automatic Protection: Dropping a File into a Folder

Existing (network-shared or desktop) folders can be configured to become ‘Hot Folders’. All files dropped, created, or saved in this folder get protected instantly. The protection persists with the document forever, even after it is taken out of the folder.

Most users already use network shares to store and share files. Hence, configuring a folder on the file server means zero change in the user experience.



Automatic Protection: Email Security

Sending an email is easy. So should securing it.

You’ll find email security options in the Outlook ribbon itself. Just click Seclore It! and you’re ready to send protected emails. Both the attachment and the email body can be secured. Email security can also be enabled by default or mandated upon users.



Automatic Protection: As Soon as the File is Saved

For those who want truly die-hard security, a file can be protected as soon as it is saved to disk. Protection options can be displayed as soon as the file is closed – or preconfigured policies can be applied automatically without prompting the user.


Manual Protection: Protecting Files via Right-Click

Protection can be applied by simply right-clicking on a file (or a group of files or a folder) and clicking Protect. Just two clicks. A lifetime of security.