G-71 Inc.'s LeaksID solution has expanded its functionality in terms of integration capabilities, now offering integrations with email servers and One Drive/Google Drive.
(PRUnderground) April 20th, 2023
G-71 Inc.’s LeaksID solution, which offers technology to deter leaks of confidential documents and the ability to conduct investigations to determine the source of a leak, has expanded its functionality in terms of integration capabilities, now offering integrations with email servers and external storage such as One Drive or Google Drive.
Previously offered in a SaaS format, LeaksID can now be integrated with email servers such as Microsoft Exchange, functioning as a shadow converter that converts necessary documents into attachments and enriches them with invisible marks. LeaksID can be triggered by various factors, including document classification, keywords in the subject or body of an email, manual indication of confidentiality, or redirecting a task from DLP. Personalized marked attachments will be automatically sent, enriched with LeaksID anti-leak marks for each of the specified recipients. The process is seamless, and for the user (both sender and receiver), nothing will change.
In addition, LeaksID can now be integrated with cloud storage systems, such as One Drive or Google Drive, as well as cloud VDRs through the OpenID Connect Protocol with authentication via OAuth 2.0. The integration process generates a novel workspace inside LeaksID that is linked to the external cloud storage. This connection enables the storage of confidential documents to be more secure. Users can simply upload their documents to LeaksID and relocate them to the new workspace connected to the external storage. This permits users to work with their documents within LeaksID, such as viewing, downloading, or exchanging them with third parties. However, the documents themselves will be stored in the user’s encrypted storage.
In the near future, G-71 plans to implement more native integrations of LeaksID with a range of systems, allowing for completely transparent integration with any cloud solutions in the form of a Web Application Firewall (WAF).
G-71’s CEO, Sergey Voynov, commented on the company’s efforts to expand its integration capabilities, saying, “Our expanded integration capabilities will provide our customers with even greater flexibility and security in protecting their confidential documents. This is our top priority, and we believe it will allow us to offer our solution for solving even more business problems across a variety of organizations. It’s only the first step towards native integrations, which we plan to implement in the near future. Our technical team is currently working on developing a new roadmap with new updates on integration capabilities. We want our solution to seamlessly integrate into our customers’ workflow, with transparency and convenience in implementing our marking process.”
About LeaksID Forensic Watermarks
The LeaksID technology is a steganographic approach that uses invisible document markings to provide two functions: deterrence and detective. Whenever a document is interacted with (opened, sent, printed, etc.), it is enriched with a LeaksID marking, which is invisible to the naked eye.
The deterrence function creates a preventive effect by marking the documents, letting potential violators know that any unlawful actions will have consequences.The detective function enables the quick identification of the source of any leaks through the marking, even if the document has been photographed, screenshotted, or printed. The forensic watermarks of LeaksID are distinct from regular watermarks in that they cannot be removed and can be used in investigations.
About G-71 Inc.
G-71 Inc., a cybersecurity company, created a cutting-edge ITM technology LeaksID to solve a crucial problem enterprises face: leaks and public disclosure of sensitive documents that are compromised via various methods, including photographs.
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