Content Security

Secure Computing Corporation and Workshare have jointly announced the availability of Workshare Network Protect for IronMail, a network-based outbound content security appliance that integrates with and augments Secure Computing's IronMail messaging security and content management products, and Workshare's Protect Enterprise Suite.

Posted Oct 10, 2006

Websense, Inc., a provider of web security and web filtering productivity software, has signed an agreement with PortAuthority Technologies, Inc., a provider of Information Leak Prevention, to use its technology as part of the new Websense product line.

Posted Sep 29, 2006

ProQuest Information and Learning has announced a partnership with Iron Mountain Incorporated, a provider of information protection and storage services, to introduce the PAL Archive Program.

Posted Sep 08, 2006

For companies with thousands of employees, resetting forgotten or compromised passwords and replacing key cards is not only irritating, it is a downright costly and risky proposition. In terms of data security, biometrics offers a solution that makes passwords obsolete and keys a thing of the past. Lose your keys? Never again . . . because you are your keys.

Posted Sep 05, 2006

KOM Networks, a provider of storage management software solutions and Hyland Software, developer of OnBase enterprise content management (ECM) software, have announced a product integration between Hyland’s OnBase and KOM Networks’ KOMworx (e-WORM) Hard Disk Archiving technology.

Posted Aug 29, 2006

Comodo, a global Certification Authority and provider of Identity and Trust Assurance Management solutions, has announced that it has partnered with iQBio Inc. to deliver a holistic and secured approach to managing portable data.

Posted Aug 22, 2006

GUBA, an online video entertainment website, has announced its collaboration with the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (MPAA) to block illegal trading of movies and television programs.

Posted Jul 25, 2006

Secure Computing Corporation, which secures connections between people, applications and networks, has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire CipherTrust, Inc.

Posted Jul 14, 2006

Panasonic Avionics Corporation, a supplier of in-flight entertainment and communication systems, is providing airlines with a new way to entertain airline passengers.

Posted Jul 07, 2006

Meridio, a provider of enterprise Document and Records Management (eDRM) software engineered for Microsoft .NET platforms, has announced a new program “Collaborative Support Solution,” a partnership between Meridio and Microsoft as a single point of contact for application support in eDRM solutions.

Posted Jul 07, 2006

EMC Corporation, a provider of information management and storage, and RSA Security Inc., a provider of protecting and managing identities and digital assets, have announced a definitive agreement for EMC to acquire RSA.

Posted Jul 07, 2006

Aladdin Knowledge Systems, a provider of Software DRM, identity management, and content security solutions, has announced it has been granted U.S. patent 7,047,369, covering an application operating environment in which dangerous, unacceptable, and/or suspect activities of Internet-enabled applications may be defined and prevented from causing harm.

Posted Jun 30, 2006

Copyright is not user-friendly. In fact, copyright issues are so complex it is hardly friendly to publishers or lawyers either. The complexity of copyright presents such a high hurdle that most users don’t even try to decipher its vagaries and just hit the Send button and hope for the best. Even those who personally want to adhere to copyright or whose organizations mandate it often find the process of clearing rights so daunting that it hardly seems worth it, thus inhibiting their ability to share valuable resources. In an effor to clarify the process, CCC has introduced Rightsphere, which provides “an instant, unambiguous answer to the user’s question, ‘What am I allowed to do with this content?’”

Posted Jun 23, 2006

SealedMedia Inc., an Enterprise Digital Rights Management (E-DRM) provider, has introduced SealedMedia Express for Board Communications.

Posted Jun 20, 2006

CommonTime, a global provider of provisioning of Lotus Notes/Domino mobility solutions, and CREDANT Technologies, a provider of mobile data protection solutions, has announced support for Windows Mobile 5 Smartphones and Pocket PC with CommonTime’s mSecure PDA security and management software.

Posted Jun 06, 2006

Liquid Machines, Inc., a provider of Enterprise Rights Management solutions, has announced the availability of Liquid Machines Document Control 6.0--the latest release of its document protection solution that protects information at rest, in motion, and in use.

Posted Jun 06, 2006

Endeavor Information Systems, a provider of library management software, has unveiled an enhanced version of Endeavor Meridian, its electronic resource management (ERM) system.

Posted Jun 06, 2006

DocuWare has announced a partnership with Algorithmic Research Algorithmic Research Ltd. (ARX)

Posted May 16, 2006

Digimarc Corporation has announced that Microsoft's Virtual Earth business unit has signed a multi-year deal to use Digimarc's ImageBridge digital watermarking software.

Posted May 05, 2006

eMeta, a division of Macrovision Corporation, has announced that the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), an energy industry professional organization, has selected RightAccess, the access control product within eRights Suite, to secure and license digital content, including service-delivered applications, at its Web site.

Posted May 02, 2006

Liquid Machines, Inc., a provider of Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) solutions, has announced the Liquid Machines Google Mini Gateway--a solution that enables organizations using the Google Mini enterprise search appliance to index and search rights-managed content.

Posted May 02, 2006

Maven Networks, Inc., a provider of high-resolution video delivered via the Internet to PCs, TVs and portable devices, and thePlatform, a provider of digital video publishing solutions, are partnering to provide Internet TV solutions.

Posted Apr 28, 2006

The French minister of culture, Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres, has a growing controversy on his hands: the DADVSI law on copyright in the digital age. The most contentious aspect of the DADVSI law is the attempt to curb illegal downloading of music and movies via P2P programs through the use of Digital Rights Management (DRM). This has caused uproar amo486ng the Internet-using public and divided the governing political party representatives in the national assembly.

Posted Apr 25, 2006

SealedMedia Inc., an Enterprise Digital Rights Management (E-DRM) market provider, has introduced SealedMedia Express, a suite of software modules that enable organizations and executives to address specific business applications that can be handled electronically yet require strict information control, at all times, regardless of where the information is sent.

Posted Apr 21, 2006

SealedMedia Inc. has launched Version 5.0 of its flagship enterprise digital rights management (E-DRM) platform.

Posted Apr 14, 2006