Content Security

Liquid Machines has introduced Liquid Machines v2, an upgrade of the company's flagship enterprise rights management platform.

Posted Apr 06, 2004

Twenty-four entertainment, consumer electronics, and technology companies and organizations have announced support for the MPEG REL digital rights management (DRM) standard established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Posted Apr 02, 2004

DigitalContainers Inc. has received a Notice of Allowance from the US Patent and Trademark Office for its "Tracking Electronic Content" technology.

Posted Mar 30, 2004

Meridio Ltd, an enterprise document and records management (EDRM) company, has announced support for the Microsoft Office Solution Accelerator for Sarbanes-Oxley.

Posted Mar 30, 2004

Cadmus Communications Corporation has announced that Elsevier, a publisher of scientific, technical, and medical information, has signed a multi-year agreement to use RapidRights from Cadmus ArticleWorks for its digital rights management (DRM) system to deliver electronic article reprints.

Posted Mar 26, 2004

Amplefuture, a distributor and aggregator of mobile content in the UK, has made a digital rights management (DRM) service live for all of its clients.

Posted Mar 23, 2004

MesoCom has announced the release of a suite of products designed to assist in detecting and blocking P2P file sharing activity.

Posted Mar 12, 2004

If you need something done right, sometimes you have to do it yourself. Such was the case for ContentGuard and their work in the DRM space.

Posted Mar 10, 2004

RSiCopyright has announced that will manage reprint and other online content licensing requests using RSiCopyright's Instant Clearance Service and Clip&Copy services.

Posted Mar 09, 2004

eMeta Corporation, a provider of digital asset access and commerce solutions, has announced that, an online resource for automotive information, has selected eMeta's eRights Suite to support its plan of expanding its online content offerings, including premium content and subscriptions.

Posted Mar 02, 2004

QUALCOMM Incorporated has announced a digital rights management (DRM) solution for its SecureMSM security suite, intended to enable operators and content developers to deliver copyright-protected digital media over wireless networks.

Posted Feb 24, 2004

Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced new enterprise document control software that is designed to enable organizations and governments to apply persistent confidentiality, privacy, and accountability to electronic documents inside and outside the firewall.

Posted Feb 20, 2004

Authentica, Inc., a provider of enterprise digital rights management (E-DRM) software, has expanded its product suite with the introduction of Authentica Secure Office, an E-DRM solution that is designed to let users securely collaborate on native Microsoft Office content with business associates within or beyond the enterprise perimeter.

Posted Feb 18, 2004

RSiCopyright has announced that United Press International will manage reprint and other online content licensing requests with RSiCopyright's Instant Clearance Service and Clip&Copy services.

Posted Feb 03, 2004

The entertainment industry has been plagued with problems since the advent of digital distribution, but there are industry leaders trying to propose a new way of doing things; the founder of the Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG), Leonardo Chiariglione, founded a new organization, the Digital Media Project (DMP), to do just that.

Posted Jan 30, 2004

Copyright Clearance Center, a licensing agent for text reproduction rights, has announced that seven scientific, technical, and medical (STM) publishers have chosen Rightslink, its point-of-content licensing solution.

Posted Dec 16, 2003

DigitalContainers Inc. has announced that its solutions are designed to provide ecommerce-enabled digital rights management (DRM) solutions for use in peer-to-peer networks, creating a global market for digital goods.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

Copyright Clearance Center, a licensing agent of text reproduction rights, has provided direct access to its licensing services from applications created by Ex Libris and XanEdu.

Posted Nov 18, 2003

RSiCopyright has announced that AP Digital, a division of The Associated Press that provides news and information to the interactive markets, will now manage licensing requests for AP's online content with RSiCopyright's Clip&Copy and Instant Clearance Service.

Posted Nov 14, 2003

ContentGuard, a provider of Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology, has launched RightsExpress, a Web-based Rights Editor for MPEG REL, the forthcoming rights expression language developed by MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) and currently at Final Draft International Standard status in the ISO process.

Posted Oct 10, 2003

To combat the ebb and flow of inforation from internal corporate computing networks, corporations, institutions, and organizations alike have, until now, protected their digital documents, multimedia, and code with perimeter-based systems, but there are a new crop of IRM tools that strive to ease the burder of manageing secure collaboration and allow for the flexibility that the corporate environment requires.

Posted Oct 07, 2003

DigitalContainers Inc. has purchased patent number 6,389,541 and associated pending patents for the use of symmetric key/token-based encryption and other related technologies from Wachovia Bank.

Posted Sep 26, 2003

ContentGuard and Central Research Laboratories (CRL) Ltd., the technology generation arm of Scipher, have agreed to collaborate on the implementation of MPEG-REL, the forthcoming ISO rights expression language, within the open source project, MPEG Open Security for Embedded Systems (MOSES).

Posted Sep 19, 2003

SyncCast, a content delivery network and digital media technology company, is working with Microsoft as an early solutions provider employing Windows Rights Management Services (RMS).

Posted Sep 19, 2003

Appligent, Inc., a provider of PDF-related software and creator of Redax, a software application designed to remove sensitive and private information from PDF files, has launched Redax Lite 3.5, a streamlined version of Redax geared towards legal, healthcare, and business communities.

Posted Sep 09, 2003