The Case for Attribute-Based Policies in eDRM

In today’s collaborative world, eDRM (Enterprise Digital Rights Management) is proving to be one of the most effective ways to share documents with partners. EDRM is a technology that enables companies to restrict access to documents containing sensitive information, both inside and outside the corporate firewall. The way it works is documents are rights protected using AES encryption and then policies are applied to control access and usage rights (view, edit, print, etc.). If a user is not entitled to view the document, he cannot open it. If he is entitled to view the document, usage may be restricted. more “The Case for Attribute-Based Policies in eDRM”

CAD Under Siege with Persistent Threats that Require Persistent Protection

by Andy Han, Senior VP of Products & Engineering at  NextLabs and Jason Enzweiler, Senior Product Manager at  Siemens

Increasing intellectual property threats, globalization and collaborative product development have something in common: the need for premium protection of intellectual property.   Intellectual property is estimated to represent 70% of a company’s assets and around 6% of this is stolen each year (reference theregister.co.uk). more “CAD Under Siege with Persistent Threats that Require Persistent Protection”