Digify is a cloud-based document security service and virtual data room that allow companies to track and protect files. Digify can be used in a web browser, and the Digify app is offered for Android and iOS devices. Windows and OS X document viewers are also available for reading highly confidential files.
Digify copy protects the owner's information by preventing copying, printing and download. It tracks what happens to the file and who sees it it. It is also possible to revoke access to the file, or have it self-destruct.
Files sent via Digify can be set to self-destruct. The sender can set how long access is granted before it expires, or revoke access.
Digify features patent-pending adaptive watermarking technology, which creates a movable, fading watermark that uniquely identifies recipients of a file. This enables the whole file to be viewed without disrupting the text or images, while making it possible to identify the originator of a leak. It also increases the difficulty of extracting content even if they take screenshots on the computer or using an external camera.
Digify encrypts files in AES-256, with each object assigned a unique key. Shared content is only readable by the sender and receiver. Data is encrypted while in transit between a device and a recipient, and at rest on a server.
In 2014, the company was awarded winner of the RSA Innovation Sandbox. Afterwards, Digify won the SVForum startup expo and SITF Awards for best startup. Digify also participated in the SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards, where it was a finalist for Security and Privacy category, and the CTIA MobileCon Cup, where it was the runner-up.
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