Introduction to Enterprise Content Security

When you upload your files - these can be PDF files, Microsoft Office files, Open Office files, or image files, (and very soon we will be adding Video files capability to Vitrium’s DRM platform) - we encrypt it with 256-bit AES military-grade encryption to protect it against all unauthorized use and distribution while still making them accessible and easy-to-use for your customers.

Once a file is uploaded to Vitrium Security, it is converted into a Secure PDF and a Secure Web Link. Unlike other solutions in the market that require your customers to download an application or plug-in to view your protected files, Vitrium Security files are accessible from almost any device on the market.

Whether your audience is on a smart phone, a tablet, a PC or a Mac, it doesn’t matter. Vitrium's Secure PDF or Secure Web Link can be accessed using Adobe Reader, Adobe Acrobat, or any major Web Browser. 


Your Customer's Experience

How your customers experience Vitrium Security protected files

Once you upload the documents to Vitrium and encrypt the file, you will have access to two reading options. First, is a unique HTML weblink (Secure URL) to be distributed to your audience so that users can access the content of the file through a web browser. It is just like viewing a PDF through a web browser.

The other option is an encrypted PDF file, which you can send to your audience, they can download it and view it using Adobe Reader or Acrobat on a PC or a Mac.

Both options require users to input credentials through a login screen. The login screen gets added to the file or secure web link by Vitrium Security when the file is uploaded. Login screens are customizable (by Vitrium) and can include your logo and branding. 

If you would like to avoid having users input their credentials on a login screen, such as when users already login to a portal or website, you can take advantage of Vitrium’s Single Sign-on functionality. Vitrium Security integrates with any system that you are running that includes a login authentication and authorization mechanism, to leverage credentials data from that system to lock and unlock access to Vitrium protected files. This way, paid users and subscribers don’t have to manually enter credentials for each file they want to access, instead their credentials are applied to all files related to their account. 

Learn more about Vitrium Security, by checking out our Welcome Center - Vitrium's Enterprise Content Security & DRM at a glance.

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