Time to look at security with a new pair of glasses! Listen to the panel discussion with security entrepreneurs and founders about how and why security moves away from networks and devices towards data.
Security in external collaboration in the light of emerging regulations. Tune in to the panel discussion with industry experts about how highly regulated industries manage the “mutually conflicting” goals of 3rd party collaboration and privacy regulations.
Listen to Javed Hasan-Global Head of Enterprise Products Strategy & Alliances from McAfee, Gabe Gumbs-Chief Innovation Officer from Spirion, Janine Darling-CEO and Founder from Stash Global discuss the latest data protection challenges and trends.
In this demo, you can see how Seclore’s Universal Protection attaches security policies that control who can open the file, where the file can be accessed, and from which device regardless of the file format.
Read the highlights from the ESG Report, “Securing Data in the Age of Collaboration,” such as the top concerns by security professionals and stats on what types of sensitive data are shared and how it’s shared.
Want to close the security gaps in your external collaboration rapidly? Don’t just rely on employees to manually secure files. Expand the security of your existing systems by automatically attaching security policies to a file once it’s downloaded, discovered, and shared from a system.
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