|Collaboration between DRM and DLP to secure external communications|
|Fasoo released ‘Mail CAP’ for its Asian customers on February 14th. Mail CAP is an advanced email context aware protection system that secures all sensitive email attachments by filtering, administrator approval, automatic DRM encryption, and permission control.
If the Mail CAP server detects sensitive information by filtering email attachments based on predefined patterns, the files will be encrypted automatically and sent to the recipient after administrator approval.
Only authorized recipients can access sensitive documents within the given permission (view, edit, print, screenshot, etc.) and constraints (valid access period, offline access, number of devices, etc.) by a simple and secure email authentication process using the recipient’s email address. It allows users to communicate externally without security concerns.
Organizations that need to collaborate and share sensitive data securely and safely with external parties, such as partners and customers, can benefit from this solution.
▶ Key Features
|Visit us at RSA booth #2445 and see how to secure documents persistently in the cloud|
|Fasoo will be introducing and demonstrating new solutions with the main theme “Persistent data protection in the cloud” at the RSA 2012 conference.
Fasoo is planning to provide demonstrations for each solution focusing around four sub themes including Information Governance, Secure Collaboration, Mobile Security and Peripheral Security. FED (Fasoo Enterprise DRM) & Fasoo Usage Tracer will be presented for information governance and Fasoo Mobile Gateway will be introduced for mobile security.
FSS (Fasoo Secure Screen), FSP (Fasoo Secure Print) and Fasoo MFP Shell will be demonstrated for peripheral security. Mail CAP to secure all sensitive email attachments and Secure Wrap to protect Dropbox with DRM will be showcased for the first time through this conference under the theme of secure collaboration.
Fasoo has prepared four demonstration areas to emphasize the importance of DRM solutions in fast-changing IT trends such as mobile and cloud computing environments. Fasoo and its US partners (RICOH USA, Toshiba America Business Solutions, eDocument Sciences and Brite Computers) will provide presentations on Fasoo’s E-DRM solutions.
▶ Four Subthemes and Related Solutions
|Fasoo is planning to open a US branch in San Jose, California|
|Fasoo plans to establish a US branch, called Fasoo USA Inc., that is located at Plug and Play Tech Center in San Jose, California at the beginning of March to expand its overseas business. This branch will be the central point of contact for US partners as well as customers. Sales and technical support to promote Fasoo’s E-DRM solutions will be provided for existing US partners.
▶ Fasoo USA Inc.
• Address: 440 N. Wolfe Rd., Suite# W036, Sunnyvale, CA 94085
• Phone: 408-524-1523
|How to prevent PII leakage from medical institutions|
|In 2011, the enforcement of the Privacy Protection Act began, and in addition, damages caused by security incidents such as hacking, distributions of malicious code, data leakage by company insiders or external parties are rapidly increasing. Under these circumstances, the protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is becoming a matter of paramount concern for public organizations and businesses. Medical institutions that contain countless amounts of patient information cannot be an exception.
In one particular case, 2,000 patients’ personal information was leaked from six major hospitals in Korea. In another case, almost 4 million patients’ medical information was leaked from a medical foundation after a PC was stolen and victims of this incident sued the medical foundation last year requesting more than $100 billion.
Most PII leakages in medical institutions are caused by unprotected PCs and the use of removable media (USB, CD, etc.). A majority of patient information is saved and managed in a Hospital Information System (HIS) such as EMR, OCS and PACS. Medical staff frequently download patient information including PII from HIS to their PCs for work.
In order to prevent PII leakage from medical institutions, Fasoo provides various functions for PII protection such as, ‘Real-time detection and automatic encryption of document containing PII’, ‘Permission control to restrict access to the document containing PII’, and ‘Log management for document usage’ to cover those requirements. FSN (Fasoo Secure Node) to protect documents created on PCs with automatic encryption and permission control, and FSE (Fasoo Secure Exchange) to protect documents shared with partners and customers through email or USB have been mainly adapted to medical centers in Korea.