[PRWEB | Vancouver, May 7, 2015] Vitrium™ announced today that it has released version 5.5 of Protectedpdf, the popular cloud-based DRM (IRM) and document security software solution. This latest version hardens security for its HTML5 web link and provides military grade encryption protection for documents, especially those that are shared to mobile devices.Read More
A report by ThreatMetrix highlighted that a number of new vulnerabilities will impact organizations around the world that have not yet initiated advanced data and document protection strategies. These challenges will largely be driven by the proliferation of cloud, mobile and social computing in the private sector.Read More
Vitrium™, maker of Protectedpdf® DRM and document security software, has released a new version of its popular copyright protection software (version 5.4) allowing Enterprise users the ability to limit the number of prints within the HTML5 web viewer.
The security landscape is constantly evolving and forcing companies of all sizes to enhance document protection initiatives if they want to remain competitive and safe. While 2014 was a big year for security, organizations will need to adapt and prepare for even more changes this year. A recent study by G Data SecurityLabs said the increased use of advanced technologies in the private sector[...]Read More
[Vancouver, Feb 24, 2014] Vitrium™, maker of Protectedpdf® DRM and copyright protection software, announced today that it has released a new version of its popular software that allows Enterprise users the ability to upload and manage multiple versions of their documents. Vitrium has also added a new “Instant Business Case: Why Invest in Document Protection” to their suite of resources[...]Read More
Risk management is a complicated task for companies of all sizes, especially as the digital landscape evolves and becomes more sophisticated. However, decision-makers should know that using advanced analytic tools gives firms the ability to acquire a stronger understanding of the threat landscape and help IT departments develop more robust management practices.Read More
The digital landscape is rapidly evolving and document protection capabilities are changing to keep pace. In the past, organizations would use a password-only approach to keep confidential resources secure. This is not the case anymore, especially as mobile and cloud computing initiatives become more prevalent in the private sector, according to a study by Fortinet. The general document[...]Read More
The ongoing proliferation of cloud computing is introducing both opportunities and challenges to businesses around the world, as it enables firms to make sensitive resources more accessible to employees. Unfortunately, this same capability also invites new document security issues, as some decision-makers are worried about losing control after migrating to the cloud. A recent TechTarget[...]Read More
The consumerization of IT is fueling the use of personal smartphones, tablets and other gadgets in the workplace, making it easier for employees to access mission-critical resources from virtually anywhere at any time. If decision-makers do not develop a robust bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy, however, document security initiatives may be weaker than many executives believe.Read More
The holiday season means consumers will be spending more time online and browsing through company websites. While this can translate to more sales and revenue, the activity also means mission-critical documents could be exposed if they are not properly secured.Read More
[Vancouver, Oct 22, 2014] Vitrium™, maker of Protectedpdf® document DRM security software, announced today that its proprietary HTML5 web viewer (for viewing secured files via a web browser) will be upgraded to allow users (the readers of the document) to highlight and markup text within their secured documents.Read More
Today's document protection strategies are much different than they were in the past, as companies now have to account for an increasing number of endpoints in the workplace, especially as the mobile landscape continues to evolve. This was highlighted in a recent study by the Ponemon Institute, which found poor endpoint security initiatives are costing organizations millions of dollars each[...]Read More
A recent report by InformationWeek noted that it is important for decision-makers to understand they cannot guard against every type of vulnerability, especially as the digital landscape continues to evolve. Knowing this, executives should establish a risk management strategy that incorporates robust document security and data protection policies.Read More
[Vancouver, Sept 15, 2014] Vitrium™, providers of PDF document security and DRM solutions, announced today that their recent upgrade of Protectedpdf® to version 5.0 has been a resounding success with its customers. The sweeping set of new features introduced in July this year brought a fresh new interface design, enhanced security, and more utility to Vitrium’s popular Protectedpdf® document[...]Read More
[PR Web] Vitrium™, a leading provider of PDF security and DRM solutions, announced today that it has launched a channel partner program to empower businesses to address document security needs in their markets. Value Added Resellers (VARs) and other resellers are invited to distribute Vitrium's Protectedpdf® cloud and installed software solution to their enterprise and commercial customers.
Keeping a database secure is one of the best ways to ensure document protection initiatives are effective. Unfortunately, many firms neglect to implement day-to-day best practices to ensure the environments are capable of safeguarding confidential resources, according to a Dark Reading report. To keep companies on pace with today's constantly shifting IT landscape, Dark Reading suggests[...]Read More
As decision-makers continue to deploy cloud computing initiatives, they are inherently increasing the risk of losing sensitive assets. This was highlighted in a recent study by SailPoint, which found that the majority of enterprises are hosting about a third of their mission-critical resources in the cloud and expect this number to jump to half by 2015.Read More
The proliferation of advanced solutions in the IT landscape has given way to the deployment of hybrid document security strategies, as many firms are leveraging multiple technologies to keep mission-critical resources and information safe. This was highlighted in a recent study of 530 IT executives by Vision Solutions, which found that 47 percent of respondents are taking a hybrid[...]Read More
Encryption is an important aspect of effective document security programs, as the technology ensures individuals with the appropriate credentials are the only ones able to access the resources. Most industry compliance regulations require executives to leverage encryption, though many decision-makers have trouble implementing the tools.Read More
[PR Web] Vitrium™, a leading provider of PDF security and DRM solutions, wants to bring best practices for document security to the forefront of the global discussion happening today around data security, and ensure that companies have all the information they need to make informed choices.
Vitrium’s new white paper, What Documents Need Protecting Most?, addresses the need to decipher which[...]Read More