Updated: Feb 02, 2017 13:39 IST
New Delhi [India], Feb. 2 : Seclore, the leader in Information Rights Management (IRM), announced the launch of Seclore IRMaaS for SOLIDWORKS software, which enables the protection of Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS files by Seclore’s persistent, granular, file-level security controls.Usage controls travel with the data, such as drawings, parts and assemblies, to facilitate secure collaboration across business units and with third-party entities.Powered by Dassault Systemes 3DEXPERIENCE platform, SOLIDWORKS helps innovators design, validate, collaborate, build and manage their product development processes with integrated applications. Seclore’s IRMaaS for SOLIDWORKS helps organisations secure their sensitive data regardless of how or where it travels.Protection remains with the files when open or stored on mobile devices and laptops and if they are shared via any file sharing service or email solution. File owners can also dynamically modify usage controls or revoke access on previously distributed files.”Given today’s complex business landscape, SOLIDWORKS is proud that our customers will now have access to Seclore’s IRM technology,” said Kurt Lundstedt, Manager, Product Portfolio Management at Dassault Systemes.”We are looking forward to continuing our close partnership with Seclore, and bringing even more data-centric security capabilities to our users,” added Lundstedt.Product features available from the Seclore IRM solution include:� Persistent, granular usage controls are provided with the Secure Pack-and-Go module, making it easy to ensure sensitive IP (e.g., drawings, assemblies, parts) remains secure wherever it travels and is stored.� Remote management of usage controls allow the file owner to dynamically modify or revoke usage policies to previously shared files no matter where the file is located.� Compliant file-sharing maximizes business agility as files have security mechanisms wherever they go and however they travel. File sharing, cloud services, mobile devices and external partnerships can be embraced with confidence.� End-to-end auditing and regulatory compliance makes it possible to automatically collect authorised usage actions as well as unauthorised usage attempts. Alerts, dashboards, and detailed reports provide rapid, real-time visibility into document usage.”We continue to focus on delivering data-centric security that addresses vital business use cases, with compliance and protection of IP being top customer drivers,” stated Wally Bitaut, Director of Business Development for Seclore.