Seclore Offers the First Open Data-Centric Security Platform

Easily leverage best-of-breed data protection solutions and existing Enterprise systems for an automation-first approach to data protection and tracking

MILPITAS, Calif., Sept. 24, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Seclore, providers of the industry’s first browser-based Rights Management solution, today announced the release of Seclore’s Data-Centric Security Platform (DCSP). A first-of-its kind platform, it is designed to give customers an open, integrated and automated Data-Centric Security approach to discover, identify, protect and track sensitive data.  The automation and agility of the platform enables organizations to remove the limitations of point solutions while increasing the security of sensitive data. At the core of the Seclore DCSP, is the Seclore Unified Policy Manager, the central engine for orchestrating policy management, identity federation, and usage data consolidation.

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“As data grows exponentially and is stored and shared within and outside the organization, there is no ‘one-security-tool-fits-all’ to protect data. The Seclore DCSP solves the data protection challenge by giving organizations the ability to connect best-of-breed Data Loss Prevention, Data Classification, Rights Management and Data Analytics solutions with the organization’s existing Enterprise systems such as ECM, ERP, EFSS, eMail, SIEM and more, to optimize security and tracking of sensitive data,” said Vishal Gupta, CEO of Seclore.

The Seclore DCSP synchronizes four areas of the Data-Centric Security process:

Discovery:  Discover and automatically protect sensitive documents with granular usage controls using Seclore Connectors for DLP and Seclore Rights Management.

Identification:  Determine what data is sensitive with Seclore Data Classification powered by Boldon James, and automatically add the appropriate rights using Seclore Rights Management.

Protection:  Secure sensitive data with Seclore Rights Management by automatically applying granular usage controls when documents are discovered, classified, downloaded and shared.

Tracking:  Track and collect granular usage data on protected documents for real-time visibility on suspicious behavior; export usage data to a SIEM system for further analysis and reporting.

“Our goal is to automate and future-proof the Data-Centric Security process to help organizations reduce administration efforts, minimize integration costs, maximize security and simplify management of their Data-Centric Security tools,” said Abhijit Tannu, CTO at Seclore. “The more agile the Data-Centric Security infrastructure, the easier it is to adapt innovative technologies without impact to collaboration and overhead costs.”

About Seclore:

Seclore offers the market’s first fully browser-based Data-Centric Security Platform, which gives organizations the agility to utilize best-of-breed solutions to discover, identify, protect, and track the usage of data wherever it goes, both within and outside of the organization’s boundaries. The ability to automate the Data-Centric Security process enables organizations to fully protect information with minimal friction and cost. Over 6000 companies in 29 countries are using Seclore to achieve their data security, governance, and compliance objectives.

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