Case Studies

An Electronics Company Implements Secure File-Link Sharing on Windows Server for Leakage-Prevented Collaboration


J Company is an electronics provider that shares a lot of sensitive information using file-link sharing through Google Site and Google Drive.

They need a solution that can prevent all of their shared files from being leaked out by the users with access to their corporate data. They mainly use file-link sharing on Google services but not on Windows Server.

J Company also has branch offices in China, meaning that data encryption falls under the strict, local regulations. To avoid potential complications, a capable and appropriate alternative data security system is required.


  • Ability to control USB drives remotely within the internal network and on the internet

  • Restrict specific USB drives from usage outside of bank domain

  • Easy integration and deployment

  • Auditing and monitoring capabilities

  • Anti-virus protection

  • Ability to restrict specific file types from being stored on USB drives


Secudrive provides advanced protection from data leaks, while allowing J Company to maintain current file sharing process. Thus, work flow remains unaffected and the files will not be leaked out due to careless mistakes or malicious actions.



J Company primarily uses file-links to share data between their branch offices using Google Site or Google Drive. After implementing File Server 6.0, they can share file-links securely in Windows Server with other users, as copying, printing, screen capturing, and network transfers can be restricted. Only authorized users can access the files from the file-links using the File Server PC Client.



File Server 6.0 is a strictly a rights management solution that controls the users’ ability to copy, print, screen capture, and transfer data through network. This is important for J Company because they have branch offices in China where the use of encryption technology is strictly regulated, and only the products approved by China’s Office of State Commercial Cryptography Administration (OSCCA) can be used. Therefore, J Company implemented File Server 6.0 to protect their data without having to worry about OSCCA regulations.



From one central console, File Server 6.0 monitors file, user, and manager activities within all servers. All logs can be filtered by specific file activities, and the information on the connected users and data traffic can be monitored real-time.