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In a recent article entitled “Securing Information for a Shared Services Infrastructure”, Richard Freeman from Ricoh Canada talked about the need to secure information as companies share it internally and externally. The focus of the article is how an organization must look at balancing the need to efficiently share information without compromising privacy, protection of intellectual property and other sensitive data, or financial and legal risk.
As is evident from all the news about data breaches and cyber threats, the challenge today is to thwart the bad guys from stealing your sensitive data. While many organizations still focus on protecting servers, networks and end-point devices, you have to secure and control the information itself. Since most of the data created today is unstructured content stored in documents, protecting the documents from inadvertent or malicious access should be the primary goal to ensure that authorized users can collaborate efficiently and securely.
Ron Arden, Executive Vice President of Fasoo, Inc., spoke to members of the Rochester Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) at the Hilton DoubleTree Hotel in Rochester, NY on December 7, 2016. Ron delivered a presentation on “Defending Your Intellectual Property Against Cyber and Insider Threats ” to this annual event and showed attendees how to use Fasoo’s enterprise digital rights management to protect sensitive information from insider threats and cyber attacks.
With the changing regulatory climate and the constant news on data breaches and cybersecurity incidents, the attendees were very interested in how to protect sensitive information in their organizations, since ensuring proper controls and managing risk are the main focus of this group. Ron spoke about the new NY State Department of Financial Services (DFS) cybersecurity regulations that require all organizations registered as banks, financial services companies and insurance companies in the state of NY to meet new cybersecurity rules. A major one is to encrypt all non-public data, which will require major changes in policy and technology.
When someone mentions “document management system” in a conversation, what comes to mind immediately is a system that tracks, manages, stores documents and reduces use of paper. You know; the systems that keep a record of the various versions created and modified by different users with history tracking. The ones that have overlapped with the concepts of content management systems (CMS) or enterprise content management (ECM). The ones that have become part of other systems like records management systems, document imaging systems, digital asset management systems and the like.
Fasoo announced the newest version of Wrapsody, our intelligent digital document platform, at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2016 in Orlando, FL. It eliminates the problem of locating and securing documents by simplifying the collaboration process and ensuring you have the latest document at your fingertips.
Wrapsody is the only solution that combines file-centric collaboration and digital asset management without overlooking security. The solution manages and secures the entire lifecycle of an organization’s content as it traces each piece of digital content wherever it goes.
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