Extend Data Protection Beyond Your Security Software Offerings and Enterprise Applications
To support security software solution providers and organizations who want to add rights management to their business and transactional applications, Seclore has created comprehensive Software Development Kits (SDK).
The Seclore SDKs features a robust collection of APIs and rapid configuration capabilities that reduce the effort required to add persistent, granular usage controls and tracking to information as it is discovered, downloaded, classified and shared.
Types of Applications Supported by the Seclore SDK Suite
Seclore Endpoint Auto-Protector SDK
- Supports Applications that run on End-Users’ Machines including Endpoint DLP, Data Classification, and Data Governance
- Runs in User Context
- Cross-Platform Endpoint Auto-Protection (Supported on Windows and Mac)
- Configurable for Rapid Integration
Seclore Server SDK
- Supports Applications that run in the Background including Business & Transactional Apps, Network DLP, Email DLP, CASB, Content Collaboration Platform (CCP), SIEM Tools, and e-Discovery
- Support for Multi-Tenant Applications
- Available in Java and .Net
Leveraging the Seclore Server SDK, documents can be automatically protected as they are downloaded from or uploaded through any server application – without any end user intervention.
End users can authenticate using the organization’s existing Identity and SSO solutions including Microsoft Active Directory, IBM Tivoli Directory, Domino LDAP, Sun ONE LDAP, and Google Authentication.
Makes it easy to map an application’s access policies to Seclore’s granular usage controls. The synchronization of policies ensures a streamlined and dynamic extension of file usage permissions.
Business applications, DLP, CASB, Data Classification, CCP and more, can be readily integrated with Seclore to automatically inspect content or leverage the application rules for automated protection.
Allows the business application to open and edit Seclore-protected files in a secure browser with a single click. Edited documents are saved back to the business application.
Activities performed on protected files – inside or outside the enterprise network – are centrally logged. SIEM tools can also be integrated with Seclore to centralize audit and compliance reporting.