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VASCO Data Security International, Inc., a software security company specializing in authentication, launched DIGIPASS for Mobile Enterprise Security Edition.

Posted May 29, 2009

DocuLex, a provider of document and content management software development, announced that its Archive Studio WebSearch now has the ability to detect unauthorized or inappropriate email content.

Posted May 27, 2009

Bitrix Inc., a CMS and Intranet Portal development company, announced new security features on its suite of web based applications, including the Bitrix Site Manager and the Bitrix Intranet Portal.

Posted May 22, 2009

LockLizard, a DRM vendor, released LockLizard Flashguard Flash Security, its latest product extending its DRM management systems to shockwave flash (swf) files.

Posted May 15, 2009

Gemalto, Microsoft, Nokia, and Philips have announced an initiative to address the issue of trust in new and emerging digital services.

Posted May 12, 2009

ISO and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) have jointly developed a new standard that defines authenticated encryption mechanisms that provide an optimum level of security.

Posted May 08, 2009

Fidelis Security Systems, a provider of data leakage prevention (DLP) solutions, announced the extension of its Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System product line with the release of Fidelis XPSConnect.

Posted Apr 24, 2009

Arcot Systems, Inc. and Adobe Systems Incorporated announced that they are collaborating on a new solution for more secure correspondence management.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Liquid Machines, a provider of Enterprise Rights Management solutions, announced the new release of its flagship enterprise rights management (ERM) software platform.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Attributor Corporation, a provider of content monitoring and monetization platforms, announced that Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. has selected its video tracking platform to identify Turner-owned video on top video-sharing sites on the web.

Posted Apr 10, 2009

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), a trade association for the software and digital content industries, announced the filing of 17 new online piracy lawsuits.

Posted Apr 10, 2009

Corbis, a visual media provider, announced the launch of a new Corbis Motion website with new features and a larger footage collection, including high definition, rights managed, and royalty free clips.

Posted Apr 07, 2009

The web has radically transformed the way we think about content creation; we have witnessed the democratization of media. We are no longer bound to the owners of the press to print our writing because today, anyone with a computer and an internet connection can be a publisher. Yet most academics still find themselves constricted by the 20th-century system.

Posted Apr 06, 2009

Vitrium Systems, a PDF-technology vendor, announced the release of protectedpdf Small Business Edition, a web-based application that allows content providers of books, magazines, white papers, reports, data sheets, and other publications to define and modify reader access rights to content.

Posted Mar 31, 2009

With so much enterprise information now residing online and in overlapping applications both inside and outside firewalls, with employees and contractors dispersed in offices around the globe, and with software as a service becoming an everyday part of enterprise architecture, the need for flexible and secure identity and access management has become of foremost importance for any organization.

Posted Mar 27, 2009

Scott Abel of The Content Wrangler Interviews Quark's Michael Boses about the Need for User-Friendly XML Authoring Tools and the Role of Structured Content in Dynamic Publishing

Posted Mar 22, 2009

BCR and Safe Sound Archive, a provider of audio preservation digitization, have partnered to give libraries and cultural heritage institutions the ability to preserve their historic, obsolete, or damaged audio recordings.

Posted Mar 20, 2009

President Obama signed into law the 2009 Consolidated Appropriations Act, which includes a provision making the National Institutes' of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy permanent.

Posted Mar 17, 2009

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), a provider of copyright licensing solutions, has added more than 9 million rights to its licensing services for academic institutions.

Posted Mar 13, 2009

Attributor Corporation, a provider of web-wide content monitoring and monetization platforms, announced a collaboration with Creative Commons to launch FairShare, a free service allowing bloggers and individual content creators to understand how their work is shared across the web.

Posted Mar 06, 2009

Reprints Desk, Inc., a content workflow company, announced the availability of Reprints GPO, a new group purchasing software service.

Posted Mar 03, 2009

Applied Security GmbH announced that it has established operations to bring their information security products and services directly to customers in the United States.

Posted Feb 24, 2009

Optenet, a global IT security company and provider of content filtering solutions, announced the availability of HostSecure, a new solution that can analyze, detect, and report inappropriate user-generated material posted on organizations' websites, blogs, and wikis.

Posted Feb 24, 2009

A report released by Forrester Research, and commissioned by Adobe, has highlighted the fact that knowledge workers working in companies remain more than a little worried about the security of Web 2.0-based collaborative working systems.

Posted Feb 20, 2009

U.S. District Judge Kevin Castel dismissed two counts of the Associated Press lawsuit against All Headline News.

Posted Feb 20, 2009

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