Vincera, Inc. Announces Addition of Security Guru Pamela S. Fusco to Advisory Board

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Worldwide InfoSec expert Fusco to advise Vincera regarding launch of Vincera Intelligent ProtectionTM document security software.

Vincera, Inc., the document security company whose software allows their clients to protect, monitor, measure and manage the distribution of intellectual property and content that contains sensitive or personal data, today announced the addition of world-renowned information security expert Pamela S. Fusco to the Vincera advisory board. Fusco, who is an EVP within the information risk and security profession and a Presidential Advisor to the ISSA (Information Systems Security Association), agreed to advise Vincera based on the unique document security aspects available in its new software, Vincera Intelligent Protection™ (VIP). Fusco’s role will include advising Vincera’s management team regarding VIP and other security products, technologies, and trends related to her area of expertise.

VIP document security is an information distribution technology that greatly reduces the risk of security breaches inherent in the e-distribution and storage of sensitive data by enabling companies to set business-driven rules to secure, track and manage the distribution of all sensitive content. With VIP, companies can easily customize distribution according to their desired parameters. For instance, CSO’s can dial-in the security level they deem most appropriate for specific PDF’s, and can track how the documents containing sensitive information are being distributed. With VIP, InfoSec practitioners can also track the number of machines that the document is being accessed by (potentially identifying a “breached” document); or, with the click of a button, the VIP customer can set expiration rules, ensuring that document disablement and destruction meets legislative and business requirements, and simultaneously preventing the further distribution of such data.    

Said Fusco, “Documents embody companies’ most mobile and sensitive data. Yet once they are e-distributed beyond corporate firewalls, documents can be altered, misused, and sent to non-approved entities. Prevention of document breach is vital, as is forensic ability following suspicious activity, but until now the digital rights management tools used to track e-distributed documents were so cumbersome that they fell into disuse or were meagerly implemented. Vincera’s new VIP software product, which they launched at the ASIS security conference this September, uniquely addresses InfoSec professionals’ and their companies’ urgent need to easily and quickly ensure the confidentiality and integrity of their sensitive mobile data everywhere the documents migrate, all while maintaining the rapid pace of business.”

Continued Fusco, “The market and industry are in great need of the document security available through this product, and I’m pleased to serve Vincera in an advisory capacity. I am eager to be a part of this evolution as Vincera will assist corporations around the globe to achieve the data and document risk management and security provisions they must have.”

Stated Vincera’s Dave Malmstedt, CEO, “We are honored that Pamela has elected to advise Vincera during the launch of our VIP document security software product. Pamela’s unparalleled expertise in the document security arena has already proven invaluable in aiding us to deliver the first-ever software product that yields the ability to automatically secure, track, monitor and disable e-distributed documents, according to business rules the VIP customer sets. With Pamela’s ongoing advisement, we anticipate predicting and exceeding global document security needs, and furthering Vincera’s market penetration in that space.”

About Vincera, Inc.

Vincera, Inc. is the document security company whose software allows their clients to protect, monitor, measure and manage the distribution of intellectual property and other sensitive data in a process labeled as "business friendly distribution," because businesses are in charge of applying the appropriate security level and deciding how they use the resulting information. Vincera's software also allows their clients to monitor businesses' end-user web-based behavior, subsequently delivering predictive analytics that enable businesses to retain, upsell and ensure compliance among existing customers. Only Vincera combines three vital document security software services—document threading, behavioral monitoring and access management.

Vincera's clients include enterprises in diverse industries who use Internet-based technology to e-distribute sensitive data such as intellectual property, personally identifiable information, and/or personal health information. Vincera's clients share a need to guard this sensitive data and to track and predict how their own customers, employees and partners are using their licensed products, enterprise documents or other intellectual property. Vincera’s clients also include companies that utilize web-based technology as a revenue-generating sales tool for acquiring, retaining, and maintaining compliance among customers. For more information, please visit:

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