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  • Daily Newsletter 5.9.2017

    CyberwireStaff|May 9, 2017

    “FinalCode Announces Global Launch of FinalCode Express Edition (FinalCode) File encryption package offers persistent protection anywhere files go, now starting as low as $10 per month. FinalCode Launches Client for Mac Worldwide: FinalCode persistent file security now available for both Windows and Mac users to prevent file data loss (FinalCode) FinalCode, Inc., a leading provider of information security software, today announced the immediate global availability of FinalCodeR for Mac. Now FinalCode, a persistent, file-centric information rights management (IRM) solution that protects files wherever they go, inside and outside of the organization, is available for both Windows and Mac users.”

  • Hot products at RSA 2017

    Network WorldTim Greene|Feb 14, 2017

    “The newest release of this persistent, file-centric IRM solution includes a secure file preview capability in Box, enhanced support for EMC storage and macro-enabled Office files and screen watermarking.”

  • Survey Roundup: Crystal Ball Predictions for Compliance for 2017

    The Wall Street JournalBen DiPietro|Dec 23, 2016

    “Makoto Mizuyama, a director at file security firm FinalCode, outlines some cybersecurity trends to pay attention to in 2017, including the risks from fake news and misinformation and the growing and evolving threat posed by company insiders.”

  • Cybersecurity trends for 2017: It’s all about the data

    Tech Writers BureauMax Mizuyama|Dec 21, 2016

    “The cyberthreat landscape is complex and constantly evolving, and we saw a constant stream of breaches in 2016 ranging from the embarrassing (exposure of email addresses on a fetish website) to the ominous (IoT-based distributed denial of service attacks) to the manipulative (Russian hacking during the presidential campaign). The year’s bad news was capped in December with the announcement that one billion Yahoo accounts have been compromised. But regardless of the threat or the attacker, at the end of the day your data must be secured. With the growth of cloud and mobile computing and the disappearance of the enterprise perimeter, your data is being exposed to a rapidly growing attack surface. The opportunities for data exfiltration by attackers or accidental exposure also are growing along with it. As data becomes more mobile, organizations must separate file security from their storage, transport and collaboration platforms to provide persistent security controls for all users, internal and external.”

  • FinalCode 5.11 Review: How to Protect Your Integrity and Confidentiality Through Powerful Encryption

    Hakin 9Tom Updegrove|Dec 8, 2016

    “FinalCode’s persistent file security solution is designed to enable businesses to easily protect shared sensitive files wherever they go within and outside their organization. If you ever thought about finding a platform that will secure your data, this review is a must read for you. Together with Tom you will learn the most important aspects of FinalCode and how this system will protect your files. You will read about its advantages and disadvantages, and find out whether it might be the right fit for you.”

  • DNA Connect signs double vendor deal

    ARNHolly Morgan|Nov 2, 2016

    “DNA Connect has added FinalCode’s persistent file security offerings to its lineup, after being appointed the vendor’s Australian distributor… The vendor says its FinalCode for Box ensures persisent file access, usage control and deletion of files that are outside the secure Box container in a way that is seamless to Box collaborators… Frank Courtney-Jay, FinalCode Asia-Pacific chief executive, says DNA Connect’s channel development model fits well with the vendor’s regional go-to-market strategy.”

  • DNA Connect brings FinalCode persistent file security to Aussie market

    Channel Life AustraliaHeather Wright|Oct 31, 2016

    “DNA Connect has added FinalCode’s persistent file security offerings to its lineup, after being appointed the vendor’s Australian distributor… The vendor says its FinalCode for Box ensures persisent file access, usage control and deletion of files that are outside the secure Box container in a way that is seamless to Box collaborators… Frank Courtney-Jay, FinalCode Asia-Pacific chief executive, says DNA Connect’s channel development model fits well with the vendor’s regional go-to-market strategy.”

  • Sydney distributor to launch FinalCode in Australia

    CRNAmira Sarraf|Oct 31, 2016

    "Sydney-headquartered DNA Connect has been appointed file security platform vendor FinalCode’s first distributor in Australia. DNA connect will be responsible for launching and supporting FinalCode in Australia… FinalCode provides secure collaboration and file sharing across a number of applications. The platform also enables integration with a company’s existing infrastructure and is equipped with AES 256 encryption and FIPS certification alongside usage control, auditing and remote deletion capabilities, according to the company."

  • IT services mergers: Pace accelerates as partners look to scale

    Search IT ChannelJohn Moore and Spencer Smith|Oct 28, 2016

    “FinalCode Inc., a file security platform vendor, has tapped DNA Connect as its distributor for Australia. The move follows the opening of FinalCode’s regional office in Singapore earlier this year and the appointment of Pacific Tech Pte Ltd. as its distributor for Southeast Asia.”

  • DRM 2.0

    ComputerWeeklyBob Tarzey|Oct 11, 2016

    “FinalCode just announced 5.11 (September 2016) of its product… FinalCode enables file owners to give specific viewers of files offline access, but does not recommend this as real-time policy changes and audit logs will be disabled. Quocirca first wrote about FinalCode in January 2016, where it was pointed out how advanced DRM products come closer to the need to implement a compliance oriented architecture than ever before.”

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