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Seclore launches agent-less data-centric security solution

New improvements help to streamline rights management processes and promoting wide scale adoption.

Vishal Gupta, CEO at Seclore.
Vishal Gupta, CEO at Seclore.

Seclore, a solution for securing and auditing enterprise data, has unveiled a novel, agent-less Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) solution.

The new solution gives organisations the ability to streamline security and audit the utilisation of data within the network. The former includes access control, permissions management, as well as implementing robust encryption to ensure files remain secure and monitored.

Vishal Gupta, CEO at Seclore, said: "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."

He added: "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 EDRM solution is also web-enabled, accessible through a web-browser. Additional features also include high-fidelity rendering of documents, automated permission requests, integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2016, one time authentication, as well as support for Outlook Web Access.

Seclore was recently recognised by Deloitte as one of the 50 Fastest Growing Technology Companies. With an extensive portfolio that includes 6,000 high-profile companies spread across 29 countries, Seclore helps organisations to manage and secure their data, while also adhering to compliance objectives.