Internet Security – Digital Rights Management

With the continuing growth in linking individuals and businesses over the Internet, some social issues are starting to surface. The society may take time in adapting to the new concept of transacting business over the Internet. Consumers may take time to trust the network and accept it as a substitute for transacting business in person. Another class of concerns relates to restricting access over the Internet.

Preventing distribution of pornography and other objectionable material over the Internet has already been in the news. We can expect new social hurdles over time and hope the great benefits of the Internet will continue to override these hurdles through new technologies and legislation. Document life cycles have been discussed in previous forums and many document management conferences around the world. How can we provide users the ability to set timers on their documents? Or how long did the recipient read my memo for? Toshiba Business Solutions partnered with Fasoo, an Enterprise High-End DRM (Digital Rights Management) and has been categorized the best in File-Based security in the market.

Fasoo Products and Services

File-based Security:
Fasoo Enterprise DRM
FSN, FSD, FSP, FSE, FSS
Fasoo Usage Tracer
Fasoo Mobile Gateway
Fasoo View / Fasoo View Plus
FAST

The solution Fasoo also integrates with a number of Content Platforms and help facilitate overhead cost-reductions. eBridge technology from Toshiba’s Business Solutions MFP’s for example, integrates Fasoo from inception or capture of document (step #1 in the Toshiba Enterprise Content Management module) enabling users to control file exposure from the start.

Content Platform:

Fasoo ePublisher

Secure Collaboration:

DigitalQuick

Source Code Analysis:

SPARROW
SPARROW QCE
SPARROW SCE

Secure Coding Analysis:

SPARROW SCE

The challenges for the security industry are growing. With the electronic commerce spreading over the Internet, there are issues such as non-repudiation to be solved. Financial institutions will have both technical concerns, such as the security of a credit card number or banking information, and legal concerns for holding individuals responsible for their actions such as their purchases or sales over the Internet. Issuance and management of encryption keys for millions of users will pose a new type of challenge. While some technologies have been developed, only an industry-wide effort and cooperation can minimize risks and ensure privacy for users, data confidentiality for the financial institutions, and non-repudiation for electronic commerce.

The Internet has had security problems since its earliest days as a pure research project. Today, after several years and orders of magnitude of growth, is still has security problems. It is being used for a purpose for which it was never intended: commerce. It is somewhat ironic that the early Internet was design as a prototype for a high-availability command and control network that could resist outages resulting from enemy actions, yet it cannot resist college undergraduates. The problem is that the attackers are on, and make up apart of, the network they are attacking. Designing a system that is capable of resisting attack from within, while still growing and evolving at a breakneck pace, is probably impossible. Deep infrastructure changes are needed, and once you have achieved a certain amount of size, the sheer inertia of the installed base may make it impossible to apply fixes.

Consultation:

An assessment of workflow processes and physical document input / output is needed to implement Fasoo. Use the form below to request more information.

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