“We’re thrilled to be embarking on the journey to help this venerated, globally-recognized brand protect unstructured data across their value chain,” said Colter Carambio, EVP Sales at Fasoo. “As more organizations look beyond the perimeter to true defense-in-depth approaches, securing vital intellectual property at the atomic level – the file itself – allows the security to travel with the file wherever it goes, and will play an increasingly significant role in the security stack.”
The company chose Fasoo to provide:
File level protection
Fasoo Enterprise DRM (FED) encrypts files with a unique identifier that remains with the file allowing users and administrators to track usage including any derivatives, regardless of location. Access controls for groups or individuals grant permissions, such as View, Edit, Print or Screen Capture, to limit what a user can do with a file.
Fasoo Smart Screen (FSS) deters users from taking pictures of information displayed on screens or through snipping tools by adding customizable screen watermarking with company logos, date and time stamp, IP address, and user information to trace an image to its source. Secure Screen can apply watermarks to any application and URL, block and monitor screen capture
attempts, and show images of what was captured and by whom.
Fasoo products span the life-cycle of sensitive unstructured data to discover, classify, protect, monitor, control, track and expire access to content wherever it travels or resides. Its integrated solution enables users to securely collaborate internally and externally with sensitive information while consistently meeting corporate governance and regulatory requirements. Its file-centric approach using encryption with a unique identifier allows organizations to have more visibility and control over unstructured data without interrupting workflows. Fasoo has embarked in this journey with over 1,500 enterprises to field data-centric solutions that proactively protect corporate brand, competitive position and meet ever-increasing regulatory demands.