Seclore announced that it will combine its data-centric security technology with McAfee MVISION Cloud to provide a joint offering. The new offering will help customers to discover, tag, protect, and track confidential information within the enterprise and outside. The duo had a long-standing joint offering for endpoint on-premise data protection. With the release of McAfee MVISION Cloud, the new offering enhances these same protections to cloud services.
McAfee MVISION Cloud
Data Loss Prevention service of McAfee MVISION Cloud is capable of identifying important data, including Personally Identifiable Information, Payment Card Industry data, Health Insurance Portability and Availability Act, Intellectual Property, and other types of data. It then instructs Seclore to protect this data in-place with encryption, tagging, and Data Rights Management.
Combining McAfee MVISION Cloud with Seclore Rights Management include:
- Automated protection based on detection – The combined solutions automatically detect, protect, and track sensitive information wherever it travels or resides without user intervention to ensure security gaps are consistently closed.
- Incident Management Framework – When data is discovered in cloud services, McAfee MVISION Cloud records the incident and remediation actions. This operationalizes the solution for proper reporting and compliance needs.
- Persistent, dynamic & granular usage controls – Enables enterprises to control WHO (people, groups) can access information, WHAT (view, edit, print, cut/paste) each person can do, WHEN (dates, timespan), and from WHERE (devices, networks) as well as change these controls post distribution.
- Ease of use – The ability to automatically protect a document based on an MVISION Cloud policy ensures confidential information is safeguarded from accidental or malicious activities. Recipients can access protected files from any device and any browser, making it easy to engage in secure collaboration.
- Usage tracking for compliance – Organizations can track and report all activities performed on documents to facilitate compliance with data privacy regulations, including unauthorized attempts to open documents.
Vishal Gupta, CEO, Seclore said,
“With an increasing number of home workers and rising collaboration with external agencies, this combination of the best-of-breed technologies could not have come at a better time. Enterprises can now be assured that their sensitive information can only be accessed by approved people within or outside the enterprise. We are excited to deliver the combined powers of discovery, protection, and tracking of sensitive information to all of McAfee customers and partners worldwide.”
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