Security for the Open Source
The open source community will now have access to information rights management and outsourcing solutions. IIT Bombay promoted Seclore and CDAC have partnered to offer joint solutions to the community.
Vishal Gupta, CEO of Seclore technologies said, The availability of FileSecure and InfoSource on open source technologies will bring increased security to these environments.
The FileSecure and InfoSource products help mitigate the risk arising out of information breaches and regulatory non-compliance whilst enhancing collaboration. This is done by providing ubiquitous technology for information control within and outside of the enterprise which seamlessly works with existing infrastructure, is easy to deploy & use, and comes with pay-as-you-use pricing, according to a press release.
Seclore s clients include ICICI Bank, HDFC, Kotak, L&T & Thyssenkrupp.
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