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  • New infosec products of the week: September 15, 2017

    Help Net SecurityMirko Zorz|Sep 15, 2017

    FinalCode 5.3 extends the types of applications traditional IRM can support

    FinalCode updated its persistent, file-centric information rights management (IRM) solution. FinalCode 5.3 is packed with security and usability features. Highlights include the capability to secure an entire folder, a new FinalCode explorer, the ability to authenticate a user upon opening a file/folder, enhanced support for complex applications and design software such as Adobe Illustrator and the ability to tag secured files for search purposes.

  • New FinalCode 5.3 Release Extends the Types of Applications Traditional IRM Can Support

    ChannelPro|Sep 15, 2017

    FinalCode, Inc. announced the immediate global availability of the newest release of its persistent, file-centric information rights management (IRM) solution that protects files wherever they go, inside and outside of the organization. FinalCode 5.3 is packed with security and usability features. Highlights include the capability to secure an entire folder, a new FinalCode explorer, the ability to authenticate a user upon opening a file/folder, enhanced support for complex applications and design software such as Adobe Illustrator and the ability to tag secured files for search purposes.

  • ICYMI: Our Channel News Roundup for the Week of September 11th

    ChannelProJames E. Gaskin|Sep 15, 2017

    FinalCode declared that release 5.3 of its file-centric information rights management solution is reporting for duty and can support more application types.

  • The daily briefing. Thursday, September 14, 2017

    The Cyber Wire|Sep 14, 2017

    New FinalCode 5.3 Release Extends the Types of Applications Traditional IRM Can Support (FinalCode) FinalCode, Inc., today announced the immediate global availability of the newest release of its persistent, file-centric information rights management (IRM) solution that protects files wherever they go, inside and outside of the organization.

  • FinalCode Improves Signature Platform with Security and Usability Features

    KM WorldStephanie Simone|Sep 13, 2017

    FinalCode is releasing an updated version of its file-centric information rights management (IRM) solution, enhancing the platform with security and usability features.
    FinalCode 5.3 introduces the capability to secure an entire folder, launches a new FinalCode explorer, allows the ability to authenticate a user upon opening a file/folder, enhances support for complex applications and design software such as Adobe Illustrator, and gives users the ability to tag secured files for search purposes.

  • Prevalent Security Control Mechanisms To Protect Files – And What Needs To Be Done To Truly Fight Data Leakage

    Information Security BuzzMakoto Mizuyama|May 30, 2017

    "In today’s cyber world, it is much easier for files containing sensitive, regulated or confidential data to be accidentally exposed or purposefully exfiltrated. There are a lot more ways for authorized personnel to use and share files, for network share resources to be unintentionally exposed, for files to be readily emailed, and for hackers and malware to potentially obtain files. These factors have culminated to create a new data leakage frontier.

    No matter the industry, file security data leakage risks are becoming all too prevalent. The last two years brought an onslaught of successful phishing attacks targeting W-2 documents with employees’ tax and identity information from dozens of major, household-name organizations across industries. Companies must be conscious of important documents like these circulating internally and externally.”

  • New IT products: Microsoft Surface Pro, Google Cloud Spanner, NG Firewall

    SpiceworksAaron Winston|May 24, 2017

    “The security firm FinalCode has launched FinalCode Express Edition, a new product the company claims will “significantly lower the hurdle for enterprises to implement basic file security.” Priced at $10 per user per month, FinalCode Express Edition is a skinnier version of FinalCode v5, which “lets file owners track files shared beyond corporate borders, block unauthorized access, get immediate alerts for file accesses involving blocked attempts and delete files wherever they are.” The new addition to FinalCode’s product portfolio allows organizations to pick and choose what features they want via a subscription package. Such features include network folder security, remote file deletion and email notification for unauthorized access, allows users to “specify who views the files and for how long, restrict file actions (save, copy/paste, print, etc.), track activity throughout the file lifecycle, and even remotely delete the file when an unauthorized user attempts to access it.”

  • ChannelProNetwork

    ChannelProNetworkRich Freeman|May 15, 2017

    “FinalCode launched a new entry-level edition of its file encryption solution that sells for as little as $10 per user per month, as well as a new version of the system for Apple Macs.”

  • New products of the week 5.15.17

    NetworkWorld Ryan Francis|May 15, 2017

    “FinalCode Express Edition: Key featuers – New version that lowers the hurdle for enterprises to implement basic file security, while offering flexibility to configure advanced feature add-ons. Highlights include network folder security, remote file deletion/email notification. More info.”

  • New infosec products of the week : May 12, 2017

    HelpNetSecurityMirko Zorz|May 12, 2017

    “FinalCode Express Edition released: FinalCode Express Edition lowers the hurdle for enterprises to implement basic file security – while offering the flexibility to configure advanced feature add-ons, depending on the organization’s specific needs. The FinalCode Express Edition provides basic file protection functionalities for as low as $10 per user per month.”

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