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”

Another Challenge of Big Data Analytics: Data Leak and Spill (Part 1)

In their recent article on Big Data Management and Trends, Gartner identifies Enterprise Data as one of the key challenges facing organizations. The challenge is consolidating data from disparate sources across the extended enterprise and transforming it into critical business intelligence.

“You have many data disparate sources – from your enterprise’s ‘dark data’ and partner, employee, customer and supplier data to public, commercial and social media data – that you need to link and exploit to its fullest value.”
source: http://www.gartner.com/technology/topics/big-data.jsp

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