Mistakenly Sent Sensitive Document? With Our AI Auto-Lock, “Just Un-Leak It!"

Mistakenly Sent Sensitive Document? With Our AI Auto-Lock, “Just Un-Leak It!"

June 21, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

With Our AI Auto-Lock Tech, “Just Un-Leak It!” 

Armand here, RPost’s armadillo product evangelist, coming to you from the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. More on that soon, but something occurred to me earlier today when briefing a few tech analyst firms about RPost’s patent pending AI Auto-Lock technology.

First off, this new service automatically locks content that has been leaked but before it is actually seen by anyone when the info lands in a compromised email account (or is attempted to be accessed by someone unexpected).

We pondered this more philosophically in the recent past in our discussion as to “if an information leak is not seen, is there a reportable breach?” But one comment from an analyst who specializes in data privacy and security (legal sector and law firms) has been gnawing on my mind. It is the wisdom of explaining our technology in the simplest form:

“Leaks happen. Information gets leaked. Accidentally or nefariously. What your (RPost) technology does, simply put, is it ‘un-leaks’ it!”

That’s exactly right! With RPost’s AI Auto-Lock tech, when a human mis-sends that sensitive document, they can just stand up on their desk with their Nike (“Just Do It”) shoes on and proclaim, “Just Un-Leak It!” Presto, with a click of a button, that errant file is just un-leaked. Just like that. The inside of the errant file melts and leaves the burnt carcass of the file casing rendering it useless. How’s that for graphic?

As we consider the age-old question: “If a tree falls in the forest, and nobody is there to hear it, does it make a sound?” Let’s think of it this way: if there is nobody around to perceive something, does it really happen—or even exist? Likewise: If an information leak is not seen, is there a reportable breach? Rather than debate these deep philosophical questions, how about simply “un-leaking” the leak? It’s almost as if we’ve found a way to turn back time.

With RDocs, it is possible to un-leak a leak, to auto-kill mis-sent documents even after delivery or mis-delivery to external parties. It’s also possible to, via remote control, auto-expire and even re-assign access to documents after delivery to recipient devices or storage on recipient (intended or unintended) devices.

So why am I here at the Monterey Aquarium to tell you all this? Two reasons: (1) because they know how to seal a watertight aquarium tank and (2) because of all the wonderful seals here lying about on the beach. And what is the opposite of a leak? 🤔

To learn more about RDocs and AI Auto-Lock, please don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more.

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