The reason enterprise digital rights management (EDRM) finds increased adoption with the enterprise is the technology provides persistent data protection wherever the data travels or exchanged between employees, partners, vendors, and suppliers across the complex supply chains.
Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) sometimes referred to as Information Rights Management (IRM) is a core-data-centric technology that offers uninterrupted protection to unstructured data.
It protects sensitive information/data everywhere by managing and enforcing access and usage rights to the information throughout its lifecycle, no matter where the information is distributed.
CAD data are highly sensitive intellectual property that is most likely to fall prey to hackers who use them for personal gain. To protect these CAD files a holistic in-depth defense approach is required. An Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) solution is the only one that can protect the data and travels with the file wherever it is transported and access to the data is controlled even if the file is no longer within the network.
Limited visibility, sophisticated cyberattacks, regulations, and a growing skills shortage are the challenges that organizations face. This has created the need for the adoption of efficient Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) solutions. The EDRM technology enables regulation of the usage, variation, and distribution of copyrighted works so that only the authorized users can access the data.
EDRM is the core data-centric technology for protecting data in today’s collaborative use cases. The EDRM market is gaining traction and the adoption curve shows an upward trend. Here are our six reasons why we think EDRM matters for Data-centric security.
Traditionally, enterprises have relied upon Data Loss Protection (DLP) secure sensitive data. However, when it comes to data collaboration, EDRM (Enterprise Digital Rights Management) has an edge over DLP solutions which has a robust data security controls compared to DLP solutions in the market.