Automated file orchestration & protection

The OneSync orchestration engine streamlines data protection by enabling automated data governance in real-time. Companies can enforce corporate and regulatory policies without reliance on manual input from users by creating configurable rules which are automatically applied to content as it enters the system.

Holistic data governance

Based upon the labels applied during classification, customizable actions are automatically triggered. A unique sequence of rules can be configured to perform one or many tasks depending on the governance policy. Each action can serve as an indicator for the next chained action to take place in a prioritized order. The SDK can be used to create custom actions using Microsoft Information Protection, ServiceNow (ticketing system), Vera, Microsoft and Symantec Encryption for Information Rights Management (IRM) and/or Digital Rights Management (DRM).

Streamline automation for comprehensive data oversight

  • Create simple workflows consisting of any number of automated actions to files, security settings, user profiles and ancillary systems
  • Based on the rules created, files are automatically encrypted, locked or segregated, and file permissions, metadata or sharing rights are changed
  • Policy workflows are configured based on regulatory templates or customer-defined rules
  • Files are automatically moved and organized to specific geo-locations to meet compliance mandates
  • File routing can be based upon specific folders designated for sensitive data, or by department
  • Redundant, obsolete, or trivial data (ROT) can be isolated for further disposition

Enhance data insight across key departments

  • Real-time notifications ensure all stakeholders are up-to-date to all alerts, changes or actions executed by the system
  • Notifications can be sent via email, text, (optional Microsoft Teams or Slack channels)
  • OneSync can integrate into your existing notification or security center applications
10+ Documents per second

Petabytes of content can be integrated, analyzed and classified via above average classification speeds.