Seclore launches agent-less EDRM solution

Seclore has launched a complete agent-less Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) solution. This new release gives enterprises the ability to leverage the full power of data-centric security without requiring downloads or agent installs.

“The promise of data-centric security has always been to provide absolute protection for your most valuable digital assets, without hindering users. With agent-less rights management, we’ve finally delivered on this promise,” stated Vishal Gupta, CEO at Seclore. “Our latest release is the first to offer full cycle rights management, via a browser, providing a completely frictionless experience. Our new approach ensures that everyone can now effortlessly engage in secure collaboration including protectors, recipients and IT.”

The need to share information across and outside of the organization is fundamental to doing business. Current collaboration tools such as email and file sharing services typically focus on securing the tool, rather than attaching security policies to the data itself. Seclore’s enterprise-grade data-centric security solution enables organisations to seamlessly secure and audit the usage of any type of information wherever and however it travels. The ability to control who can access a file, what they can do with that file (view, edit, screen share, cut/paste), from which device/location, and for how long, goes well beyond traditional encryption to ensure files remain secure and monitored throughout the collaboration process.

With the new release,  organisations are now able to protect, utilise, audit and manage rights from a browser, eliminating the need for the recipient to jump through hoops in order to utilise rights management. This eliminates the biggest hindrance to the widespread adoption of data-centric security, says the EDRM vendor.

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