As data grows exponentially and is utilized within and outside the organization, there is no ‘one-security-tool-fits-all’ to protect and track data. Seclore, the frontrunner in Data-Centric Security, took to the stage to highlight the need for reimagining the data security landscape at the recently-concluded Security Now 2018 Enterprise Summit held at ITC Maratha, Mumbai.
Security Executives from over 50 leading organizations across India and the Middle East including Airtel, NSE, ITC, Bharat Forge, Magma, Max Bupa, ICICI Bank, ICICI Lombard and Al Masah Capital came together to discuss the new Seclore Data-Centric Security Platform and how it will enable them to bring together best-of-breed data protection and tracking solutions to reduce security risks, optimize productivity, and simplify compliance reporting.
“What a great day! The Seclore SecurityNow 2018 event provided us with forward-thinking insights on how to better optimize our overall data protection and tracking. We benefited from exchanging ideas with our peers and hearing about the latest technologies for securing our sensitive information. The event also brought out the importance of Data-Centric Security; I describe it as ‘inoculate and be in control of your data.’ Thanks to the Seclore team for an insightful event and also for the world-class solution they offer.” said Mr Vijayakumar Ramachandran – IT Head, Praj Industries
The event also featured informative panel discussions by prominent information security experts such as Mr Martin Sugden, CEO at Boldon James, Mr Harshil Doshi National Sales Manager at Forcepoint, Mr Vishal Gupta, CEO at Seclore, and Mr Harshavardhan Lale, VP of Customer Success at Seclore as the moderator. These industry leaders discussed how Data Classification, DLP, and Rights Management complement each other to significantly enhance the overall security posture of organizations.
“It was exciting to see so many leading India and Middle East organizations coming together to discuss how to better discover, classify, protect and track their information,” said Mr Martin Sudgen, CEO at Boldon James. “These markets are definitely on the forefront of shifting to a data-centric security model.”
During his keynote address, Vishal Gupta, Seclore’s CEO noted, “Many organizations have tried to improve data security with various point solutions such as DLP, Data Classification and Rights Management. While each of these solutions plays a part in data protection, ideally, they need to work together seamlessly to address the entire data security process from discovery, classification, protection through to tracking document usage. We are excited to share how the new Seclore Data-Centric Security Platform will enable organizations to easily leverage best-of-breed technologies into a unified, automated framework to ensure information is fully protected and tracked wherever and however it travels.”
“We were excited to learn more about the new Seclore Data-Centric Security Platform. This infrastructure gives us a framework for deploying the best solutions for DLP, Classification and Rights Management with minimal effort to further automate and extend our data protection processes,” said Mr Rishikesh Kumar Singh, General Manager – IT, Grasim Industries Limited (Epoxy Division).
The SecurityNow 2018 event also marked as a forum for unveiling Seclore’s Data-Centric Security Platform (DCSP). A first-of-its kind platform, it is designed to give customers an open, integrated and automated Data-Centric Security approach to discover, identify, protect and track sensitive data. The automation and agility of the platform enables organizations to remove the limitations of point solutions while increasing the security of sensitive data. At the core of the Seclore DCSP, is the Seclore Unified Policy Manager, the central engine for orchestrating policy management, identity federation, and usage of data consolidation.