Kiteworks releases new digital rights management technology

February 16, 2024



Kiteworks has launched SafeEDIT, a Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology that allows organisations to send and share sensitive content. 

SafeEDIT is designed to address the evolving needs of secure digital collaboration in a world increasingly reliant on digital assets. 

Unlike traditional DRM systems, SafeEDIT is understood to allow native editing of various file types, catering to a wide range of business needs.  

One feature is video streaming for sharing files with third parties.  

This enables external collaborators to view and interact with files through a secure, streamed interface, while the actual data remains within the client’s controlled perimeter.  

This approach ensures that sensitive information never leaves a customer’s environment, effectively mitigating risks of unauthorised access and data breaches. 

Kiteworks securing digital assets 

“With SafeEDIT, we are not just enhancing DRM but reinventing it,” said Yaron Galant, Chief Product Officer, Kiteworks.  

“Our focus is on empowering businesses with a tool that balances the need for rigorous security with the flexibility of modern workflows.  

“This technology is a game-changer for organisations handling sensitive data, offering them a way to collaborate securely without the fear of compromising their digital assets.” 

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