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May 11, 2017

An Industry First: Seclore Is Now an Agent-less Data-Centric Security Solution

May 11th, 2017|Access Control|0 Comments

At Seclore, we know that Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) is a critical part of every security architecture, but we also understand that up to now there have been barriers that have prevented widespread adoption. To truly understand these barriers, our team has listened closely to our customers and have made significant (and industry-first) improvements [...]

Mar 15, 2017

Our 2017 Data Security Predictions Are Coming True and It’s a Good Thing

March 15th, 2017|Access Control|0 Comments

Back in November of 2016 our first prediction for the new year was - 2017 Will be a Historic Year for US Cybersecurity Legislation -  and already we are seeing legislation being enacted. The first regulation this year and probably one of many to come is New York’s Cybersecurity Legislation. After a string of major [...]

Mar 12, 2017

How Data-Centric Security is the Heart of GDPR – and how EDRM can Help

March 12th, 2017|Access Control|0 Comments

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new regulation recently adopted by the European Commission, has ruffled many feathers. Its most striking aspect has been the concept of data centricity that it has formalized and embedded into EU law. Data-centricity is at the heart of the GDPR. The GDPR stipulates that data should be kept [...]

Mar 2, 2017

RSA 2017 Recap: Keeping Your Data Secure Against Increasingly Sophisticated Attacks

March 2nd, 2017|Access Control, Data Protection, Enterprise Security, Information Rights Management|0 Comments

Another year, another successful RSA conference. This marks my third time attending the cybersecurity conference and every year I look forward to listening to the best and the brightest in the industry. Each year there also seems to be a handful of trends that dominate the conversation. Here are a few that stuck out to [...]

Nov 3, 2016

It’s A Mad, Mad World!

November 3rd, 2016|Access Control|0 Comments

I just started watching the new mini-series, Timeless where the bad guys go back in time to rewrite history and the good guys go after them to keep history intact. As I read the recent news on a nuclear facility in Japan losing 59K files pertaining to lab research on Tritium, a key component of [...]

Nov 1, 2016

New Study Highlights How EDRM Can Enable Organizations to Embrace Innovation

November 1st, 2016|Access Control|0 Comments

While we know from our prospects and customers that data security is a top-of-mind concern, recent research from ESG, a noted analyst and research firm, quantifies how concerns about security are stunting investments in crucial innovative technologies and services. Finding #1: Concerns with data security is limiting our investments and support of EFSS (58%); personal [...]

Sep 6, 2016

Stop Using Surrogate Methods of Data Security

September 6th, 2016|Access Control|0 Comments

When you hear the name Seclore, it immediately registers in your mind as a young, unique company offering a unique subset of security for the enterprises of today - Information Rights Management. I recently had an opportunity to catch up with Vishal Gupta, Founder CEO of Seclore who, like many others, took his engineering passion [...]

Jun 29, 2016

Does Your Current or Potential EDRM Solution Have Fatal Security Flaws?

June 29th, 2016|Access Control|0 Comments

The purpose of an Enterprise Digital Rights Management system is to keep sensitive information secure and control how it can be used…wherever it travels. Several EDRM solutions that are easy to use have serious security flaws that allow data to become unprotected. Basic capabilities such as controlling the ability to cut and paste content from [...]

Jun 28, 2016

Digital Collaboration is driving the Demand for Data-Centric Security

June 28th, 2016|Access Control|0 Comments

A few weeks ago at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit I couldn’t help but notice the frequency of the theme – data-centric security. Although not a new term, there seems to be an uptick in interest with the data security layer. Why is that? Because today there is more data and it’s being [...]

Jun 28, 2016

Kraft Kennedy Partners with Seclore to Offer Persistent Data-Centric Security to Law Firms

June 28th, 2016|Access Control|0 Comments

Law firms are businesses like financial, insurance and manufacturing companies; they similarly handle many different types of sensitive data such as intellectual property, trade secrets, merger and acquisition documents, and employee social security numbers. In law firms this information is shared with Insurance companies, experts, vendors and clients. Once this sensitive information has left the [...]