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Data-Centric Security taken to the Next Logical Step

Local. In the Cloud. Anywhere.

Often the more secure something is, the less usable it becomes (and vice versa.) But security can be simple, safe and usable. But security can be simple, safe and usable.

About this webinar

IT security is constantly evolving, facing companies with new cyber security challenges – this due to technological development, digitized business processes, new legal requirements and evolving industry standards. Today, IT security no longer means just protecting the perimeter and infrastructure, but protecting the data itself. This includes protecting data in files and the applications fields.

The progressive outsourcing of data to a wide range of cloud platforms whether they are aimed at enhancing collaboration, optimizing datacenter footprint, improving customers’ response or of other business goals is an exploding enterprise trend. Collaboration in today’s world is decentralized, takes place across multiple locations based on multiple cloud strategies. In todays and future business data is and will be in many places: IaaS, SaaS, as well as other public and private clouds. Controlling and monitoring data across these platforms is highly problematic.

Our answer? A three-pillar data-centric security approach. On the one hand, it is essential that the flow of data must be monitored. On the other hand, you can’t move data to the cloud without proper data encryption. But at the end, this needs to be done flawlesslyand also meet compliance and audit requirements. The protection of the data must remain economical, while not preventing the business processes or limit the functionality of the applications.

Based on a data-centric ease of use security solution, e3 and Seclore demonstrate how secure and at the same time flexible collaboration can work: locally, in the cloud, anywhere. We have thought data protection through to the end. How? Visit our webinar.


In this webinar we would like to discuss with you the following:

1. An overall three pillar data-centric security model
2. Data Loss/Leakage Prevention and Field Encryption: The first two pillars of the data-centric security model
3. The third pillar: Digital Rights Management integrating existing enterprise systems such as DLP, CASB, ECM, ERP, EFSS, e-mail and other transactional systems
4. Introducing Data-Centric Security for Microsoft 365
5. Q&A

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Date, time: 06.05.21, 16:00-18:00
Registration deadline: 06.05.21, 12:00
Place: Online event
Language: English
Speakers: Thomas Fürling, e3
Jasbir Singh, Seclore

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