[Feature] Control Sensitive Data Leakage with Seclore’s Dynamic Watermarking

Adding a watermark to your digital assets is one of the most popular ways to protect sensitive data. You must collaborate with external vendors and share your digital assets for many essential business processes. It is critical to keep them secure when accessing applications or different browsers. Adding a dynamic watermark to these assets significantly deter their leak or misuse.

While you may add a watermark to increase security, you do not want this at the expense of the usability of your digital assets. For instance, when a leading microchip manufacturer added watermarks to their design documents to make them more secure, the watermark text became very intrusive and hid the critical details of the design document.

Dynamic Watermarks: Seclore Solution

Design Your Watermark Content and Style

  • Content of the Watermark
  • Identity of the user (name and email ID)
  • Timestamp of the opening of the file
  • File classification type
  • Other custom text
  • Watermark font, color, and style
  • Level of opacity
  • Distance between the two watermark lines to increase the readability of your sensitive data

Dynamic Watermarking

How Does It Help?

As a result, your digital asset is secure throughout its lifecycle, and there is no compromise on its usability. The dynamic watermarks do not disrupt the business processes when you progress on your data-centric security initiative.

Original Link :https://blog.seclore.com/feature-control-sensitive-data-leakage-with-seclores-dynamic-watermarking/

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Seclore’s Enterprise Digital Rights Management solution enables organizations to persistently control the usage of files wherever they go.

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Seclore’s Enterprise Digital Rights Management solution enables organizations to persistently control the usage of files wherever they go.