Securing Sensitive documents

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by RBaldree, Jul 22, 2008.

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  1. RBaldree

    RBaldree Registered Member

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    I have a need to have a system that I can store sensitive documents in. One that no without explicits rights can get enter including domain admins, sys admins, etc. The system must also log access to each document and place a watermark on on a doc if someone prints it. The watermakr would include the person whom printed it and the date/time.

    Anyone know of such a system?

    I have found a couple but they are hosted solutions, I am really looking for something we can run in-house.

    Thanks.
     
  2. KookyMan

    KookyMan Registered Member

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    You've actually found something that does everything you've listed above? I'm shocked.

    As for the first half, use encrypted containers. Only those with the passwords could get to the files.
     
  3. ex3

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    Kookyman there's a flow in your message, if containers are mounted on the server, you are risking the sensitivity of the documents, documents can be copied while mounted, just mount the file locally,
     
  4. KookyMan

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    I'm presuming you meant flaw.

    And Yes, if its mounted on the server that would apply. However, I didn't recommend any particular setup, just answered the question of "How to store documents securely," which is in an encrypted container.
     
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