It’s important all businesses begin to think in terms of risk, not only for data at rest within their networks, but for information in transit contained in documents that are shared outside of the network perimeter.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 25, 2015
With all the security breaches and cyber security attacks on front page news these days it’s hard for organizations to assess if they are truly at risk for a breach or leak, and if so, what steps to take to mitigate the risk. Vitrium’s new “1 Minute Risk Grader” enables companies to get a quick on-the-spot evaluation of their document security risk. The assessment also provides a few helpful actions organizations can take immediately to lower their risk should there be a high risk evaluation.
Several risk factors are chosen for assessment, including whether the company has a leader in a security position (CISO) and a document security policy, plus how documents are commonly shared and the type of information is in them. Based on this assessment companies can then begin to determine if they have a need for a document DRM system, encryption for sensitive documents, or copyright protection.
The risk grader can be found at Vitrium’s website, http://www.vitrium.com/risk-grader..
“The frequency and severity of cyber security attacks are increasing. It’s important all businesses begin to think in terms of risk, not only for data at rest within their networks, but for information in transit contained in documents that are shared outside of the network perimeter.” - Chris Butlin, President & CEO, Vitrium Systems Inc.
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Vitrium is on a mission to make documents better by providing document security solutions that empower PDF document owners to protect their valuable and sensitive information no matter where it goes. Vitrium’s flagship product, Protectedpdf® has been trusted by over 1,000 companies and accessed by over a million users worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.vitrium.com.