RightsWatch is a way to determine and set restrictions on access to documents through various means. These include key words that can be used to enforce a kind of data-loss prevention method. "When information is created, it's classified," Foley says. One example of how this would work is only authorized users could gain control to encrypted documents.
Watchful Software also has a security product called TypeWatch, biometric technology intended to monitor how users type on a keyboard to determine identity. Used for security access to systems and applications, it can monitor typing behavior to determine if somehow the authorized user is not actually typing at the keyboard, alerting the IT security manager.
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