From the Wires
Seclore Technology Teams With RSA to Help Provide Customers With Improved Collaborative Security
By: Business Wire
Nov. 21, 2012 05:00 AM
Seclore Technology, a leading enterprise Information Rights Management (IRM) company, today announced that it has joined the Secured by RSA® Certified Partner Program to establish interoperability between Seclore FileSecure and RSA® Data Loss Prevention (DLP) from RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC). This certification signifies that an interoperability partnership has been established to help increase security for joint customers to share documents without sacrificing the document’s integrity.
“Establishing an interoperability partnership with a prestigious technology solutions provider such as RSA has always been a part of our positioning strategy,” said Seclore CEO, Vishal Gupta. “FileSecure was originally designed to be compatible across multiple platforms and the RSA certification confirms this and provides our customers with additional peace of mind.”
Seclore’s FileSecure allows enterprises to achieve the seemingly conflicting goals of security and collaboration by breaking down traditional tenets of information security via distribution control. The FileSecure service allows enterprises to customize their security measures for individual documents and projects without the hassle of constraining computers and networks. Using this framework, customers can define information usage policies, attach policies to specific pieces of information, control usage of the policy governed information and audit the usage of information.
The RSA DLP Suite is a technology that is designed to enable organizations to build processes that prevent their employees from leaking sensitive data through various channels including email, Web, USB, print ports, and DVDs. The RSA DLP Datacenter, a component of the RSA DLP Suite, is engineered to discover sensitive data and helps to enforce policies across file shares, databases, SAN/NAS storage, Microsoft SharePoint® sites, and other data repositories to reduce the risk of data loss. The RSA DLP Suite includes built-in expert policies, incident workflow, robust policy management, and comprehensive reports.
Secured by RSA Certified Partner Program
The Secured by RSA Certified Partner Program is one of the largest and longest-running technology alliance programs of its type, bringing over 1,000 complementary solutions across more than 300 organizations together. RSA SecurID® Authentication, RSA® Access Manager, RSA® Archer, RSA® Adaptive Authentication, RSA® Digital Certificate Solutions, RSA® Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Suite, RSA® Hybrid Authenticators, RSA enVision® SIEM, RSA® Federated Identity Manager and RSA® Data Protection Manager Suite certification programs bring added assurance to customers that their solutions are certified as interoperable to help them achieve faster time to deployment and lower overall cost of ownership.
The Secured by RSA Certified Partner Program reflects RSA’s commitment to driving inventive collaboration across the industry and support standards-based interoperability with its information-centric security solutions to help protect information, identities and infrastructures. For more information, please visit www.securedbyrsa.com.
Seclore Technology develops innovative solutions in the area of information usage control. Seclore has achieved industry leadership in the area of information usage control, information rights management, enterprise DRM through its range of products. Some of the largest corporations in financial services, engineering and education use Seclore products for information usage control.
RSA, EMC, SecurID and enVision are either registered trademarks or trademarks of EMC Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other products and/or services referenced are trademarks of their respective companies.
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