Monday May 30, 2011

Simple IRM Demonstration

The demo server has recently been retired after many years of faithful service. Please contact your local Oracle representative if you would like a demo, or see the demos on the Oracle IRM YouTube channel.

Friday Jan 30, 2009

Simple Oracle IRM demonstration

The following is a very simple set of instructions to demonstrate how easy it is to use Oracle IRM. Below are three sealed documents that have been protected using Oracle IRM. Before you can play with them, you need to create an account and download/install the Oracle IRM Desktop.

Here are three documents which have been sealed. Right click on the following links and save to your computer.
  1. Download file Open the Announcement document. You will be prompted to authenticate and to change your password. As you login, please select the Login Automatically option. The announcement is read-only and its header indicates its classification and your IRM identity. The document suggests some simple tests that show how IRM is protecting the document.

     

     

  2. Download file Open the Business Plan. The Business Plan is editable, but still protected. You can change the content, and cut and paste within the document, and to other documents sealed to the same context, but you cannot paste to an unsealed document. Again, the document contains some simple tests and the header reveals the classification.

  3. Download file The Chairman's presentation is not accessible to you, but provides a constructive denial message that explains that this is a board document and provides contact details of the business users who might grant you access if appropriate. As a user, you can understand why you are denied access, and you know what to do if you think you need to be granted access.
Now try sealing a document of your own. Right-click on any Word document and select Seal To.... On the selection dialog, select L2 Sales (Oracle) and click OK. A sealed version of your document is created. Note that you are not offered the option to classify the document as a company announcement or a board document. Your rights constrain that too.

 

If you want to learn more and use our evaluation service to protect your own documents and look at the technology in more detail, please contact us.

Friday Aug 29, 2008

Protecting images with Oracle IRM

Note: You will need to register an account on our Oracle IRM server and have installed the Oracle IRM Desktop to see the example sealed images in this article.

Oracle IRM has a wide list of supported formats, from Office documents, to PDF, XML, TXT CAD and even images. Protecting images can be very useful, say for instance you have high resolution, copyrighted JPEGs and you wish to control their distribution and use. Or maybe you want to protect a GIF file that contained confidential information about your network infrastructure, like the example below?

 

 

Or what if your marketing department needed to securely share a PNG image depicting the next latest and greatest device your company is creating? Loss of such information has been reported several times for companies like Nokia.

This demonstrates how Oracle IRM can simply protect JPEG, GIF and PNG images. Try taking a screenshot of any of the above, or attempt to gain a copy of the native image. We also have the ability to protect images dynamically. So if you had an application that generated images on the fly, such as graphs containing confidential information, the Oracle IRM technology can protect those documents on the fly!

 

 

Wednesday Aug 13, 2008

Using dynamic fields in sealed content

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