The biggest challenge during data collaboration is managing external users and their authorizations. Here are 7 ways EDRM helps to address your data security challenges during collaboration.
Supply chains make ideal targets for cybercriminals since they hold sensitive data, often have large attack surfaces and are mostly unprotected. Here are five ways that organizations can defend against supply chain cyberattacks.
Working in teams enables employees to share information quickly across teams and businesses. While the benefits outweigh the risks, data sharing between teams and between organizations leads to data security risks. Let’s look at some of the data security challenges in workplace collaboration.
Orchestrating endpoint visibility, authentication, and security enforcement controls are paramount to achieve a Zero Trust compliance. Here are the 7 foundational pillars that organizations must take into consideration while implementing a Zero Trust strategy.
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.
Since the dawn of the digital era, enterprises are realizing the importance of accessing more data. Sharing data between enterprises can be risky if there is no proper security in place. Is secure data collaboration with Zero Trust architecture the answer to address this problem?