News Coverage

  • DLT Solutions and FinalCode Collaborate on File Security Solutions for the Public Sector

    KM WorldSandra Haimila|Aug 30, 2016

    “DLT Solutions (DLT), a public sector technology company, and FinalCode, which offers a file security platform, have announced a new partnership to bring file sharing and collaboration security to enable government agencies, extending protection for shared, sensitive files inside and outside their organizations…The file-centric digital rights management solution includes strong encryption, granular usage controls, traceability and remote deletion, to help agencies protect against data loss, as well as strengthen file collaboration security between themselves and other agencies and private sector entities.”

  • Partnership Provides File Sharing and Collaboration Security to Government Agencies

    eContent MagazineTheresa Cramer|Aug 30, 2016

    “DLT Solutions…and FinalCode…announced a new partnership to bring file sharing and collaboration security to the public sector…FinalCode file security platform is agnostic to an organization’s existing file storage, transport, and collaboration infrastructure, which when combined with its integration toolkit, allows for rapid deployment and interoperability.”

  • Combating File Sharing Data Leakage

    Computer Technology ReviewScott Gordon|Aug 26, 2016

    “Greater diversity and mechanisms 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; which, as a result, has created a new data leakage frontier. ?Let’s examine leading file security controls that can effectively combat file sharing exposures.”

  • DCNS submarine document leak exposes Indian naval secrets

    HackreadWaqas Amir|Aug 25, 2016

    “India opened an investigation after The Australian newspaper published documents relating to the submarine’s combat capabilities, raising concerns over another major contract with Australia…The leak contains more than 22,000 pages outlining the details of six submarines that DCNS has designed for the Indian Navy. File security controls, such as encryption, access and digital rights management (DRM), should have been persistently applied to these files and according to policy, in order to mitigate these costly risks.”

  • Submarine builder declares ‘economic warfare’ as plans for ship said to be hacked; now what?

    Bob SullivanBob Sullivan|Aug 24, 2016

    “The incident does highlight the asymmetrical nature of digital “warfare,” however, a billion-dollar project involving thousands of employees can be derailed by a single person with a digital file and a the e-mail address of a journalist. Sharing files, such as the 22,000-plus pages of blueprints and technical details on DCNS’s Scorpene submarines, is a necessary collaboration between government, contractor and manufacturing entities…But the exposure of these Indian naval secrets illustrates how lax file protection has opened a door to new data loss risks.”

  • Submarine data leak sparks talk of industrial warfare as accusations surface

    CBR OnlineAmbrose McNevin|Aug 24, 2016

    “A contract under which French firm DCNS is building submarines for the Indian navy has exploded in acrimony after it was revealed that 22,000 pages detailing technical and performance specifications of the craft has been leaked. Hacktivists are motivated by reputational, economic and political gains from capitalizing on businesses’ and countries’ inability to secure sensitive, critical documents? tipping the scale in favor of other contenders in future military action and contracting situations. The shipbuilder said it could be an act of industrial warfare.”

  • Pragmatic Steps to Manage File Data Leakage Risks

    InfoSec IslandScott Gordon|Aug 18, 2016

    “Data dissemination and ?le collaboration are natural parts of most business and operational work?ows; thus, security must be an integral part of modern corporate work?ow to protect sensitive information…The key is to make file security easy, intuitive and aligned to corporate policy.”

  • Cloud Storage and File Collaboration: The Biggest Data Leakage Risks

    Information ManagementScott Gordon|Aug 15, 2016

    “It has been proven that cloud storage and file collaboration can introduce data leakage risks. Once sensitive files leave a protected and monitored environment, they may be subject to unauthorized access unless additional security measures have been applied… Companies should also consider additional tools that employees can apply in order to better secure files they intend to share outside the firewall, such as file encryption and entitlement controls, which can close file security and collaboration gaps.”

  • FinalCode extends file security services to IBM customers

    ChannelLife AustraliaSara Barker|Aug 12, 2016

    “FinalCode… provides opportunity for IBM partners and customers to choose file security greater than what most cloud-based enterprise content management security settings can govern… allowing the company to service IBM clients and collaborators through its digital rights management (DRM) and file security platform.”

  • FinalCode extends file security services to IBM customers

    TechseenSharmistha Mukherjee|Aug 10, 2016

    “FinalCode…has joined the IBM PartnerWorld program and has received IBM Business Partner designation today…According to the company, it provides cost-effective services that can be deployed according to project, department and business application needs and includes file-based information rights management (IRM) for external users at no additional cost… claims that its scalable approach can readily integrate with a company’s IBM ECM infrastructure.”


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