Secure, control and track ECM documents beyond its controlled boundaries
Once outside of the ECM, the content could be vulnerable to a security breach
Organizations use enterprise content management (ECM) systems to improve the efficiency of information workflows and reduce the overall cost of information management. However, there has been a critical problem with security of documents shared through ECM. Documents are managed and controlled within the ECM boundary, but once they are outside of the boundary, they become vulnerable to data breaches. Downloaded documents can be read, saved and printed without restrictions, and sent even to unauthorized users. Thus the risk of data breach increases dramatically. Also, data loss can occur through a loss of device or malicious attack.