Valutize's Enterprise Digital Rights Management to Protect Shared Corporate Data; Boosts BYOD Adoption
FREMONT, CA: Vaultize, a provider of enterprise file security platform, announces the integration of enterprise digital rights management (eDRM) with enterprise file sync & share (EFSS), mobile file sharing and mobile content management (MCM) complementing enterprise bring-your-own-device (BYOD) adoption.
Vaultize’s patent-pending Micro-containerization technology secures corporate data shared with third-party by embedding rights in the document itself such that only authorized recipients in compliance with DRM protection settings can access. eDRM, also known as enterprise information rights management allows enterprise IT to automatically apply access rights to the shared files as part of automated policy enforcement. DRM policies are automatically applied when files are shared by document owners through outlook and Vaultize’s secure link. Policies are uniformly applied across end-users irrespective of devices used.
Enterprise mobility trend is on the rise as organizations are encouraging BYOD over legacy desktops/laptops usage. As a part of normal workflow, corporate data will be accessed and shared even beyond corporate firewalls throwing security at risk. Vaultize addresses the challenges by providing end-to-end file security for enterprise mobility through enterprise rights management and MCM. Industry verticals such as Banking, Insurance and Financial (BFSI), pharma, media and government will be the key beneficiaries.
Vaultize provides a simple mobile-first user-experience for VPN-free access to enterprise content repositories and mobile sharing on iOS and Android devices. Corporate IT can prevent data loss, security and compliance breaches using in-built mobile content management feature facilitated in Vaultize mobile apps. Corporate IT can have full control over their data through a built-in document editor for MS Office editing and PDF annotation. Embedded DRM enables tracking and auditing of shared files –independent of location, device and user.
The Key features include: access rights, location control, revoking rights, expiration, MCM controls, digital watermarking, auto updates and more.
Access rights enable IT and document owner to have complete control on the document or the information in them while location control regulates access to the document based on geo-locations and IP ranges. MCM controls checks for copy-paste, printing and moving to other mobile apps via built-in editor for MS Office and PDF annotation.
Digital watermarking can be added to each page of the document to mitigate printing, screen capture or photo capture efforts. It has options for embedding text, images, email and IP of a shared link recipient. eDRM facilitates IT and document owner to lockdown a shared file to a device of the recipient as well as limit the number of accesses. Auto updates feature keeps the document in sync with changes made the sender.
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