NextLabs Announces Expansion of Global Reseller Agreement with SAP, Providing a Simple and Effective Way to Protect SAP® Data Anywhere
San Mateo, CA – October 11, 2016 – NextLabs®, Inc. (www.nextlabs.com), an SAP partner and leading provider of data-centric security software for large enterprises, today announced that SAP will resell NextLabs Enterprise Digital Rights Management (EDRM) for SAP as SAP® Enterprise Digital Rights Management by NextLabs. The application is available now and provides enterprises with a policy-driven solution for protecting data across the enterprise.
Together, SAP Dynamic Authorization Management by NextLabs, SAP Technical Data Export Compliance by NextLabs and SAP Enterprise Digital Rights Management deliver a comprehensive data-centric security solution for users of SAP software.
“SAP Enterprise Digital Rights Management is designed to provide simple yet powerful data protection for today’s digital enterprises. It is designed to integrate data protection into core business processes to offer the best user experience,” said Keng Lim, CEO and Founder of NextLabs. “We strive to protect data regardless of where the data is stored and used. Our mission is to continue to deliver best-in-class security solutions to protect applications and data on premise and in the cloud.”
SAP Enterprise Digital Rights Management supports SAP ERP applications natively. NextLabs has developed deep integration with the SAP ERP application object model and core business process transactions to incorporate digital rights management into the ERP application layer in order to help make data protection transparent to the end user. Data protection becomes an integral part of the business process and, based on security policies, protection happens immediately and follows content no matter where it goes – whether on premise or in the cloud.
“A sound enterprise-data security strategy is essential in today’s digital business environment. SAP customers are looking for a scalable, flexible and easy-to-use solution to safeguard vital data against breaches,” said Justin Somaini, chief security officer, SAP. “NextLabs is empowering this shift with an innovative data-centric security solution that works across SAP applications to help make security transparent to our end users.”
NextLabs®, Inc. provides data-centric security software to protect business critical data and applications. Our patented dynamic authorization technology and industry leading attribute-based policy platform helps enterprises identify and protect sensitive data, monitor and control access to the data, and prevent regulatory violations – whether in the cloud or on premises. The software automates enforcement of security controls and compliance policies to enable secure information sharing across the extended enterprise. NextLabs has some of the largest global enterprises as customers and has strategic relationships with industry leaders such as SAP, Siemens, Microsoft and IBM. For more information on NextLabs, please visit http://ec2-34-238-18-140.compute-1.amazonaws.com.
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