Digital rights management might be coming back to the enterprise, experts say, as long as usability issues don’t get in the way.
You might remember the technology from a decade or so ago. Companies were worried about employees accidentally sending sensitive files to the wrong recipients — or to the right recipients, who then shared them with others without permission.
But it turned out that enterprises had much bigger security issues to worry about. Employees or partners accidentally sending a document to the wrong person accounted for less than 1 percent of all security incidents, according to the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report.
Partners deliberately stealing data accounted for about half of 1 percent of incidents.
Meanwhile, according to a recent report from Frost & Sullivan, eDRM systems have historically been siloed by their abilities to handle different file formats, were difficult to use, and expensive to deploy and customize.
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