Security and Access Control in ECM and DAM Systems
- Data Protection: Safeguard sensitive information from unauthorized access and cyber threats.
- Regulatory Compliance: Adhere to industry-specific regulations for digital content storage and access.
- Operational Efficiency: Maintain data integrity by ensuring only authorized personnel modify content.
- Collaboration: Enable teams to collaborate securely with appropriate access rights.
- User Authentication: Verify user identities using methods like multi-factor authentication or single sign-on (SSO).
- Role-Based Access Control (RBAC): Assign access based on roles to manage permissions efficiently.
- Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC): Dynamically grant or deny access based on user attributes.
- Data Encryption: Protect data in transit and at rest using advanced encryption protocols.
- Audit Trails and Logging: Record all system activities for accountability and forensic analysis.
- Firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS): Guard against unauthorized external access and detect suspicious activities.
- Backup and Disaster Recovery: Ensure data continuity through regular backups and robust recovery solutions.
- Content and Asset Lifecycle Management: Automate asset management based on set criteria like age or relevance.
ByteUnited Inc.'s Encryption Implementation
ByteUnited Inc. emphasizes security for its users. For locally-stored data, ByteUnited Inc. employs a special encryption mechanism paired with central key management.
- Local Data Encryption: Uses advanced encryption algorithms to secure data on a user's computer, making it unreadable without the correct decryption key.
- Central Key Management: Encryption keys are stored and managed centrally. These keys aren't saved locally, adding an extra layer of security. Upon user verification, the decryption key is temporarily provided for that session.
By integrating local data encryption with central key management, ByteUnited Inc. delivers a potent security solution that emphasizes data confidentiality and the encryption process's integrity.