SECUDE, leading data security provider specializing in data security for SAP Enterprise and CAD software, has announced an agreement between it and PTC to collaborate to support IP protection capabilities for customers of both organizations.
Design-intensive organizations leverage many types of security solutions to lessen, if not eradicate, loss of design data. While there are many solutions are deemed necessary due to the diversity of sharing systems, file formats, devices and locations, here is one solution that assures lifecycle-long protection of the CAD file – throughout the PLM cycle.
Product design is a long-winded process that involves multiple levels, applications and, importantly, stakeholders. More often than not, many important stakeholders would be from outside the organization – thus, sharing designs even before being patented may become a necessity. Obviously, design security is paramount. Is there a way to secure your design throughout its lifecycle without any major additional investments?
British Airways, Apple Inc., Tesla… the list just keeps growing. The latest in this infamous line is none other than Google. Recently, former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski was accused of stealing self-driving car project details as he moved on to join Uber
SECUDE has developed a unique solution to protect Computer-Aided Design (CAD) files. The solution, exclusively meant for engineering and manufacturing companies across industries, will protect files, leveraging Microsoft Information Protection (MIP), across the design-to-production lifecycle.
In the world of manufacturing and high-tech companies the most critical IP, like details of either mature products or yet-to-be patented prototypes, is represented as constructional drawings typically stored as CAD files. Cyber-committed CEOs understand that business continuity in digital processes requires new data-centric security strategies. Here are three important points for you to keep in mind when protecting your CAD files.
IP is the crown jewel of any organization. Protecting it goes beyond traditional security paradigms. Here is the case study of a leading Swiss chip manufacturer who took the extra step of taking a data-centric approach beyond the standard security paradigm.
SECUDE’s signature event at Hochschule Informatik, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts on Thursday, 14th March 2019, provided an opportunity of collaborative learning and networking. The event was supported by Microsoft and Keyon AG. Here is a brief narrative of what transpired.