Inkscreen, a provider of secure content capture for enterprise and government customers, introduced CAPTOR Compliance, a new extension to its CAPTOR secure camera solution that equips organizations with control over sensitive images, scanned documents and multi-media content.
CAPTOR Compliance logs and reports on potential attempts to violate container and data leakage prevention policies set in the organization’s Enterprise Mobility Management platform. CAPTOR is useful to remote workers, and contains productivity features like scanning documents, taking pictures, recording audio and video, and annotating documents and photos.
Inkscreen’s managed mobile capture solutions are made for regulated industries, offering a wide range of policies and controls to protect sensitive corporate data. CAPTOR Compliance notifies IT administrators or other designated recipients in the event that an employee attempts to share to an unauthorized app or cloud provider, take a screenshot of a protected photo or other actions that violate the established container and DLP policy.
"Mobile communication is a cornerstone of today’s digital economy, and at this pivotal moment, the ability to enforce secure, compliant mobile content capture is crucially important to business continuity,” said Josh Bohls, CEO of Inkscreen. “IT managers, compliance officers, C-level executives and resellers are all working diligently to support productivity and continuity, and CAPTOR Compliance is an important tool in ensuring the integrity and appropriate management of sensitive mobile data.”
Inkscreen was founded in 2012 to provide enterprise-ready mobile applications to manage and control sensitive content captured on mobile devices. Company founders have extensive backgrounds in enterprise mobility, Fortune 500 IT consulting, and ERP software.
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