Industrial property is found in various legal frameworks
Of all the sensitive data, industrial property is one of the most coveted. It represents the value of many companies, so much so that it is subject to increasingly intense economic espionage by competing organizations and countries.
Various regulations (IGI 1300, ITAR, etc.) around the world impose strict rules and heavy penalties for violations.
They allow to guarantee exclusivity on the exploitation of a technology for a defined period of time, but they can be circumvented in particular during the preliminary R&D phase.
Business Secrecy Directive
Data can only be qualified as secret - and thus benefit from the associated legal framework - if it is subject to sufficient technical protections.
The solution to prevent data breach
While regulations demonstrate the strategic importance of industrial property, it's up to every company to take the right steps to protect it. There is a new standard of risk management to meet this challenge: the zero-trust model, where anticipation and technological efficiency are the key words.
A model in which everything is robustly protected by design and end-to-end encryption has a central role. It enables modern companies - in addition to complying with regulatory requirements - to securely and sustainably protect their competitive advantages.
Did you know?
70% of the amount of RGPD fines are due to technical or organizational shortcomings to protect information, CMS Enforcement Tracker.
3 hours to integrate the zero-trust model and effectively protect healthcare data.
Seald supports technical departments in addressing this shift to zero-trust by providing unique capabilities in the market:
An SDK certified by ANSSI
The only end-to-end encryption SDK for developers, whose security level is certified by ANSSI.
No need to be an expert in cryptography
A turnkey API approach to simply integrate and quickly deploy end-to-end encryption in your applications as part of a zero-trust strategy.