How Logica Capital Advisers Uses Vera to Secure Confidential Content Beyond Box

 

Building a high-performing investment firm in today’s highly-regulated, security-conscious environment is a challenging balancing act. Particularly when the SEC is continuing their close monitoring of firms’ investments in dynamic data protection. To ensure investors are properly securing PII and valuable investment data, they’re auditing firms’ data access controls, encryption, data loss prevention, and incident response capabilities.

That’s why Logica Capital Advisers, a California-based registered investment advisor, chose Vera to protect and centrally control its confidential client data, investment models, and investor communications. A long-time Box customer, Logica needed a way to keep control over their most important data, even after it had been removed from Box.

To solve this problem, Logica uses Vera to ensure the security of any file that leaves their premises via email, network file shares, or even physical USB storage. With Vera’s dynamic data protection, Logica can confidently put their crown jewels data into Box and maintain that control anywhere files travel. With strong encryption, access controls, and unique data loss protections, Vera gives Logica a platform to comply with the SEC’s complex regulatory oversight today and into the future.

It’s no longer possible to restrict employees and customers to a single way to collaborate. That’s why Lionel Tapiero, Managing Parter and co-founder of Logica, says that “Vera and Box is a perfect fit for us. We need to confront today’s borderless enterprise and extend file-level security and visibility outside the boundaries of cloud-based systems such as Box.

Vera provides our flexible, powerful, and dynamic data protections for financial services firms of all sizes, from emerging leaders to the Fortune 100. To see how Vera can enhance your content security strategy, check out our Vera for Box video, or schedule a demo for your team.

 

Written on September 7, 2016
by Grant Shirk
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