Seclore Brings Leading Organisations from India and the Middle-East for Security Now 17

Underlines the urgent need for data-centric security solutions; also launches its latest offering

With the recent spate of large-scale attacks exposing the limitations of the traditional cybersecurity approach, Seclore, the frontrunner in Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM), took to the stage to highlight the need for reimagining the security landscape at the recently-concluded Security Now 17 conclave.

Held at ITC Maratha Andheri (E), the event also featured several informative panel discussions by prominent cybersecurity experts such as Sameer Ratolikar senior VP and CISO at HDFC Bank, Santosh Sundaram, head IT at NIMR and Yogesh Zope, Group CIO at Bharat Forge, who discussed primary business use-cases for data-centric security and how it could significantly improve the overall security profile for organisations.

Sponsored by Seclore, Security Now 17 was a first-of-its-kind event which brought together organisations, distributors, and channel partners driving the adoption of data-centric security in India and the Middle-East. More than 40 businesses, including leading organisations such as Airtel, Idea Cellular and Reliance Capital were present at the conclave, which also saw several specialists in the security domain in attendance.

Vishal Gupta, CEO, Seclore, said: “In an age of global collaboration and outsourcing, the ability to protect information wherever it travels is essential to protecting PPI and Intellectual Property. Several companies and distributors in India and the Middle-East have been taking on this security challenge head-on by promoting the adoption of data-centric security.

"The Security Now 17 event was aimed at showcasing this leadership by giving a podium for organisations to come together and discuss how to further drive the use of innovative data-centric security technologies and protect corporate value. We are delighted with both our association with the event and the response that it has generated, and look forward to raising even greater awareness about the value of data-centric security.”

In addition to underlining the need to move beyond network-based security measures and adopt a data-centric security approach, Seclore also introduced its latest offering, Seclore 3.0, at the event. A fully browser-based Rights Management solution, Seclore 3.0 enables ready adoption of persistent data-level security to accelerate the closure of any security gaps, thus ensuring that critical business information is kept safe and secure without any hassle.

Following the strong reception to the inaugural event, the next Security Now conclave will be organised in the spring of 2018.

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