“Protecting our documents with Vitrium has been an easy and regular part of our process when sharing documents with clients. We are confident that our reports are not being shared without our approval.”
- Jon Schwartz, Senior Manager of Operations and Ratings
“Vitrium’s interface is very intuitive and easy to use, but most important is that our clients are now happy that we have security measures in place to protect the information contained in our research reports.”
- Ben Rabidoux, President
“Vitrium Security allows us to sell our product on a per-computer basis, so we have been able to limit the unauthorized use of our PDFs to levels that do not have an impact on our business.”
- Michael Cappellone, IT Manager
“I get peace of mind knowing JapanConsuming’s research reports are protected, but our clients have the convenience of being able to access the reports on any of their devices: desktop, tablet or smartphone.”
- Michael Causton, Partner & Founder
As a Vitrium customer, your organization will provide direct support to the people viewing your secured content – in Vitrium terms, these are the “Users”, “End Users” or “Readers”. When you send out a file and establish permission for individual users, only you can determine the authenticity of a user's credential attempting to access a secured file.
The majority of end user issues will be[...]
Watermarking digital documents, such as PDFs or Microsoft Office files (like Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents) is an essential step in protecting documents. Watermarks are words - for example "Do Not Distribute" - or designs placed on a piece of work that vary greatly in their designs, size, shade, and shape, but all serve the same set of purposes. Those purposes are to identify the[...]Read More
Leverage Your Systems for Content Security
We designed Vitrium Security's dashboard and administrative panel to make securing files easy and effective. But the true power of Vitrium is its content security technology that can be applied and molded to work with your systems and workflows.Read More
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.
Vitrium Security’s DRM functionality enables all major content sales and distribution business models for content creators, publishers, and distributors. Whether selling content files individually, as a subscription-based model for access to a digital asset library, or a hybrid of the two, Vitrium Security ensures content is sold on a personal and non-transferrable manner.Read More
Vitrium Security offers more than robust content security and Digital Rights Management (DRM) controls. Content creators, publishers, and distributors have access to security tracking and usage analytics for each content file and customer in their database to better understand how the content is being accessed and used.Read More
“We wanted to find a system that would ensure Metcom’s training materials were encrypted, and would prevent our intellectual property from being copied, printed, or shared. Vitrium provides extremely reliable content security, it’s easy to use and fits with our processes and needs perfectly.”
- Omar Arafat, Project Metallurgist & Business Development Manager
“Vitrium’s Content Security solution has provided ISA with a low maintenance method for ensuring that our intellectual property is protected and secure. It is easy for our customers to access our content, and I can rest safe knowing that the content is protected and that our small IT group can easily and effectively manage the system.”
- Amir Karshenas, IT and Software[...]
Companies that create, publish, and distribute content with a content security solution like Vitrium Security, are able to set parameters as to how their content is accessed. Vitrium customers control whether the content is only accessible while an internet connection is present, or whether to extend accessibility rights to users who are offline.Read More
Companies that create, publish, and distribute content with a content security solution like Vitrium Security, are able to set parameters as to how their content is accessed. Vitrium customers control how and for how long content is accessible by setting limitations such as Expiration Controls (expiry date and expiry time limit after first unlock), Access Controls (online and offline access), [...]Read More
When you upload a PDF file to Vitrium Security that has Bookmarks, Vitrium preserves the functionality when encrypting and adding digital rights controls to the file. A Bookmark is an internal link in the text that appears in the Bookmarks panel in the navigation side pane of Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.Read More
“We now can ensure that employees working on boats and in the office have the latest version by providing them the most recent copy of all digital files, additionally, we can restrict the number of IP addresses per user so that the file cannot be shared with anyone outside of our company. Vitrium Security offers us peace of mind with its strong security, but also ease of use[...]
You can now create your own secure image and document client portal with Vitrium Security's trial, Professional, or Enterprise accounts. The Central User Portal lets you offer your clients a secure single place to access all images and documents associated with their credentials.
With Vitrium's Central User Portal your branding stays consistent, as you create a custom URL, add brand colors[...]Read More
Thank you for signing up for a Free Trial of Vitrium Security! You are on your way to securing your digital assets, including documents and images, in just a few easy steps. If you have any questions during your trial period, don't hesitate to contact us. We are here to help!
You should have received your login credentials for your trial account, sometimes that email can get flagged as spam,[...]Read More