With Echomark, you can ensure that your financial data and that of your clients remain protected while allowing your employees to share the information they need to get their job done - all while using familiar tools.Get a demo
Safeguarding sensitive data is of paramount importance for financial service institutions. This includes protecting personally identifiable information (PII), financial transactions, corporate intellectual property, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A), company financial reports, investment portfolios, and proprietary data from potential breaches.
Unlike traditional security measures that involve complex tools and processes, EchoMark’s personalized invisible watermarks offer a seamless and unobtrusive way to protect your data.
Automatically watermark your organization’s communication and documents as they’re shared - from tax returns to investor updates. If something leaks, quickly find the source of the leak using EchoMark’s investigation tools.
Without the need for extra client software or cumbersome access controls that can impede workflow, or simply be bypassed or ignored, EchoMark’s personalized watermarks integrate seamlessly into existing processes. Employees can keep working using the tools they know best.
With EchoMark silently marking private data in the background, your employees will handle data carefully while sharing as needed without worrying about potential leaks.
Personalized watermarks on your important financial documents and communications let recipients know that the information is private and intended to remain private.
If even a portion of EchoMarked content is leaked via email, printout, or photo, Our technology will quickly identify the source of the leak.
When your private financial information is EchoMarked, a culture of trust will pervade and information will seamlessly flow to those who need it.
In a perfect world, organizations could circulate emails containing confidential information – financial data, new product developments, or other intellectual property – to stakeholders without risk of it ending up in the hands of competitors or the evening news.