This case study throws light on how Tata Strive is utilizing Seclore Rights Management to control and track the usage of training documents they share via the cloud, including the ability to remotely revoke access.
This case study is about a leading supplier of wafer fabrication equipment and services to the global semiconductor industry. They help their customers build smaller, faster and more powerful and efficient electronic devices through complex chips that drive the proliferation of technology.
Seclore Rights Management provides LAM Research the ability to share technical documents, IPs in various formats like PDFs,CAD files, Images along with having the enhanced document control capability that has significantly reduced the risk of intellectual property loss and it has also instilled trust within their customers.
Seclore’s Enterprise Rights Management is enabling Exostar to focus on having a secure team collaboration between its buyers and suppliers. ERM has created an environment for Exostar that allows its customers to meet all the necessary regulations and track the documents persistently.
MCAG, provider of class action settlement services and financial audits, deployed Seclore Rights Management to their IT infrastructure to add granular control over the usage of data by employees and third parties.
This video throws light on how Seclore provides confidence to DFS customers to share documents outside and still maintain control over the content at all times. Security+Confidentiality being the cornerstone of DFS business, ERM allows them to do that within the application and also beyond the borders of that application.
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.
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.
Reliance Capital, a growing financial services company needed to protect information that flowed between five business units and beyond their perimeter. See how Seclore helped them collaborate efficiently and securely.
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.
Al Masah Capital, a Dubai based capital & private equity firm uses Seclore’s comprehensive usage control and tracking features to confidently share sensitive information with investors, making it easy to do business without risking information getting into the hands of their competitors.
Vidder, a Silicon Valley-based provider of innovative security solutions, uses Seclore Rights Management to ensure protection of the intellectual property they share with third parties and receive from clients.
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.
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.
Every insurance company outsources a large part of its non-core operations to specialized vendors and business partners. Learn how an insurance company secured its policyholder and agent’s data that was being sent to their outsourced partner.
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.
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.
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.