Secure Sensitive Customer Information Shared Across and Outside of Your Organization
Sharing sensitive information such as customer data is a key part of doing business in the banking world. Emails and files containing private and highly regulated data are regularly sent to business units, vendors, partners and outsourced agencies. These scenarios pose a compliance risk if data is breached or misused when not in your possession. Learn how Seclore can help you secure files so your employees can share sensitive information freely with no risk to your bank.
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Rights Management Can Help Your Financial Services Firm with Compliance
Regardless of where your clients’ data resides, personally identifiable information is subject to such regulations as PCI-DSS and GDPR.
Seclore’s Rights Management helps ensure that your information is always secure, even when you need to share data with external agencies and outsource partners. This ‘protection wherever information goes’, is a key requirement in many of the new regulations.
How does it work? Granular usage permissions (view, edit, print, copy, run macros, screen capture) can be applied to a file to ensure protection even while a file is in use. And all usage information is tracked for real-time to help you with compliance reporting. No longer do you have to worry about internal employees, business partners or vendors leaking data – whether it’s accidental or malicious. Your data remains safe at all times, making compliance much easier.
An interview with GDPR expert Robin Basham from EnterpriseGRC about how data-centric security can help organizations address core aspects of GDPR compliance.
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