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Google Announces Information Rights Management
On July 14th, Google announced Information Rights Management for their Google Drive users, allowing people to disable downloading, printing, and copying of files. This is a significant advance that can help users share sensitive data with the right people, but prevent that data from being leaked.
For cybersecurity solutions that provide data security for Google Apps, it is essential to understand and track this information in order to provide a complete picture of the security of information.
CloudLock Complements Google IRM
In CloudLock’s next release, you will see the Information Rights Management status of every file tracked, which can be used to fully assess the risk of an identified incident, allowing for more granular triaging of security events for improved incident management. For more about CloudLock for Google Apps, be sure to visit this page to learn more.
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