A global financial services institution with nearly 50,000 employees, “the Company”, faced the challenge of allowing corporate staff to work remotely while ensuring that critical financial data is secure.
This case study outlines three separate use cases describing how the Company currently uses VERA to secure highly sensitive design and product schematics and intellectual property.
A visual guide to the data security challenges and essential solution requirements for today’s healthcare organizations.
A visual guide to the data security challenges and essential solution requirements for today’s technology companies.
A visual guide to the data security challenges and essential solution requirements for today’s investment firms.
A visual guide to the data security challenges and essential solution requirements for today’s financial service companies.
A visual guide to the challenges and solution requirements for media and entertainment companies to securely share pre-release content and IP.
A visual guide to the challenges and solution requirements for securely sharing IP, trade secrets, and other sensitive data.
Share critical information inside and outside your organization with an unprecedented level of management control and security. Together Fortra’s GoAnywhere and Vera define exactly who has access to encrypted files anywhere and at any time they travel. GoAnywhere MFT securely moves sensitive files; Vera DRM takes data protection further with access controls applied in real time
The Vera-Titus integration provides an end-to-end solution to help organizations find, identify, categorize, analyze, secure, and track the data they have. This enables employees to work and collaborate more freely, both internally and externally, without having to worry about having an understanding of what is and what is not confidential.
VERA’s Always-on File Security attaches encryption, security, and policy directly to the data itself, giving you the power to control it, no matter where it goes.
The departing employee. The foreign supplier. The multiple avenues for trade secrets to leak. There has to be a better way to protect critical IP throughout its entire life cycle, even in places you can’t see or control. And even after it’s moved offline.
When trade secrets are constantly shared with third-party vendors, external suppliers, and departing employees, how do you effectively secure them? Check out our infographic on why data-centric
With the new New York Department of Financial Services cybersecurity regulations, which took effect on March 1, 2017, you need a simple solution to comply with the regulations.
While Dropbox provides the tools to protect content stored on its servers, those protections end the moment files are shared, removed, and downloaded. VERA extends Dropbox security “through the last..
Vera provides Office 365 customers with strong encryption, monitoring, and controls that are as easy to use as clicking Save, or attaching a file to an email in Outlook. With Vera, a single click protects documents, presentations, videos, and images with AES 256-bit encryption and granular access policies that travel with the file. With its simple, consistent interface across platforms, Vera promotes secure behavior and keeps employees away from risky workarounds.
Download this guide to learn more about the evolving risk and data privacy landscape, and how our solutions can help organizations in India comply with new government and industry regulations.
VERA introduces a new data-centric approach to security that allows policy to follow enterprise content no matter where it goes. VERA is certainly not the only solution to focus on protecting enterprise content, so in this eBook,
Modern enterprises collaborate extensively with third-parties, working on proposals, contracts, and housing customer data, intellectual property, and financial reports. This sensitive data is typically living in modern cloud
This year, VERA has partnered with UBM to produce the 2018 State of Encryption Research Report. The survey explores the use of encryption and access controls, to understand how organizations currently use these technologies,
In media & entertainment, content is king. To protect that content, you need a security strategy that puts the data first so that it remains secure no matter where it travels, or who handles it. At VERA,
With the rise in remote workforces, growing privacy concerns, and increasingly complex workflows, organizations are transforming the way work gets done to be faster, more efficient, and more collaborative.
Aragon Research 2016 Hot Vendors in Mobile Content Management: The demand for content continues to grow and so does the need to manage content in multiple clouds and on a variety of devices. See how VERA and other
As businesses continuously share sensitive and regulated information through multiple channels, “IT rarely has visibility over most of those locations and that means data is unprotected and at a high level of risk from theft,
Download this free IDC Research Link report and get an expert opinion on the opportunities and challenges of securing enterprise data in a collaborative world. This report by Archana Venkatraman and Carla Arend cover
Secure Collaboration tools can help secure your sensitive data wherever it goes. Curious what secure collaboration tools can do for your organization? Consider the following seven use cases.
Digital transformation is rewriting what a successful financial services organization looks like. When looking for an industry in flux due to digital transformation, financial services is often the poster child.
To help you navigate these challenges, we’ve compiled industry research, best practices from leading CIO/CISOs and customer conversations to help you bridge and close your data security gaps.
In this Help Net Security podcast recorded at RSA 2018, VERA Co-founder Ajay Arora speaks with Peter Kowalczuk, President of Canon Solutions America on the evolution of digital documents management and the importance of data centric approach to security.
In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2017, Melanie Ensign, Co-Chair for WISP and Head of Security & Privacy Communications at Uber, and Ajay Arora, CEO and founder of VERA Security, talk about how information security is changing on several levels and how modern security teams are now looking at their responsibility in their companies as enabling new business opportunities.
Everyone uses email but only 12% of security teams believe email security solutions are effective. Why is that? In this short podcast recorded at RSA 2017, the VERA team dives into a completely new approach to secure email – one that is frictionless and invisible to your team – and lessons learned from Snap Spectacles and Google Glass.
The Future of Security: In this podcast from the Versus 16 conference, Prakash shares his thoughts and predictions on the future of cybersecurity and the ramifications confidentiality, integrity, and availability of enterprise data. Truly, we’re all in this together.
Security vs. Collaboration: Speaker – Patrick Heim, Chief Trust Officer, Dropbox The pace of the modern enterprise has created a new paradox: how do organizations move faster, act more creatively, and collaborate effectively without compromising security, privacy, and control? Patrick Heim, Chief Trust Officer at Dropbox and formerly the head of Trust and Security at Salesforce, Kaiser Permanente, and McKesson, will discuss the delicate and powerful tension between these two forces and how an organization can harness both.
Your Perimeter is Dying. That’s a Good Thing. Speaker: Alan Cohen, CCO Illumio, 4X Startup Exec, Board Member, Prolific Writer. In the age of the hack, the dissolution of the known organizational boundary, the perimeter, would appear to be one of the scariest developments for security and information technology professionals – or is it? In this session, Alan will demonstrate why this trend is actually driving improvements in security and giving InfoSec teams more control.
Versus 16 “Risky Business: Can We Really Measure Cyber Risk?” Speaker: Richard Seiersen, Author, CISO, Twilio. If your sensitive information gets out there, how exposed are you? What will the impact be on your financial state, ability to compete, reputation, and ultimately customer trust? Richard Seiersen, author of Measuring Cyber Risk, and current CISO at Twilio (after a long stint leading cybersecurity at GE Healthcare) shares how your organization can better prepare for a world where anything can happen.
In this podcast, Inc’s Uncensored editors and writers talk about the future of cybersecurity. Staff writer Will Yakowicz reviews how banks and tech companies are looking for ways to authenticate identity and prevent data breaches.
In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2016, Grant Shirk and Veliz Perez, Head of Product Marketing and Product Marketing Manager at VERA respectively, talk about how the industry has been very focused on protecting data within the enterprise and on managed devices. But because there’s so much information constantly being shared beyond our walls, we need a new approach.
A Hypersecure Snapchat For Your Most Sensitive Data: Ajay Arora, CEO of Vera. By Alan S. Cohen & Matt Glenn. The CEO and cofounder of Vera, Ajay Arora, joined Tailgating Security to talk about how VERA can help any organization protect its sensitive data, the futile nature of “playing whack-a-mole” at the perimeter, and how if the company were a superhero, it would be Violet Parr from the Incredibles.