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IBM FileNet® Can Now Use Advanced Information Rights Management Solution From Seclore

Seclore, an industry leader in the area of Information Rights Management (IRM) today announced the integration of Seclore FileSecure with IBM’s FileNet® content management solution. The integration with FileNet® gives customers unparalleled control over a valuable asset, the enterprise information housed within FileNet®. Security policies in IBM FileNet® can control access to information only when it resides within FileNet®. However, once the information has been downloaded, native FileNet® capabilities do not provide a mechanism to control its usage. There is also no ability to track how the information is used and who else gains access to it, nor is it possible to revoke access to the information.

Using Seclore’s technology enterprises can exercise full control over who has access to each piece of information, what they can do with that information, how long they have access to it and even control from where they can access it. The controls are implemented whenever information is downloaded from FileNet®. The controls can not only be enforced when the information is first accessed, but also altered or revoked in real time at any time. All authorized and unauthorized attempts to access the information can also be tracked.

“Security and collaboration are usually considered mutually conflicting goals, but Seclore FileSecure proves this to be a myth,” said Vishal Gupta, CEO, Seclore. “The integration of Seclore FileSecure with IBM FileNet® makes information-centric security for all confidential content an achievable aim.”

In a world that relies ever more on collaboration, such control is needed to mitigate the potentially disastrous consequences of information breaches and protect the knowledge assets of the enterprise.

An organization cannot function within its own walls in today’s dynamic business environment. Partnerships, close collaborations with third parties and outsourcing arrangements are all everyday necessities. Protecting information when it is shared outside the boundaries of the organization is even more critical and requires the type of post-distribution access controls that Seclore FileSecure provides.

Multiple deployments of Seclore FileSecure for IBM FileNet® are already in production, protecting critical documents within and outside the organization. Seclore FileSecure for IBM FileNet® is available now, and may be licensed through IBM FileNet® partners or directly from Seclore.

About Seclore

Seclore (www.seclore.com) develops innovative solutions for information usage control. Seclore has achieved industry leadership in the area of information usage control, information rights management and enterprise DRM through its range of products. Seclore has received the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India award for the second time this year in its three year history. Government agencies, Banks, Fortune 500s are using Seclore to share information but make sure it stays in the right hands and cannot be copied, replicated and shared without permission.

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