Frame.io rolls out product updates, security enhancements
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Frame.io announced this week a series of enterprise video updates along with the addition of SOC2 TYPE 1 compliance for the platform.
“Earlier this year, I wrote an open letter to our customers about our growing security team and initiatives, with a promise to not just meet security best practices, but far exceed them,” said Emery Wells, co-founder and CEO of Frame.io. “Becoming SOC2 Type 1 compliant is a big step toward our goal to lead in the content security space.”
As part of this compliance, Frame.io underwent a rigorous audit process conducted in accordance with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
“SOC2 Type 1 certification is a milestone in our efforts to keep customers’ data protected,” stated Wells in a release. “Ensuring customers’ content is safe and accessible is a responsibility we take very seriously. So instead of just talking about our security processes, we invited an independent third-party auditor from an accredited auditing company and had them examine us against security, availability, and confidentiality controls.”
Through Visual Watermarking, admins and team managers can configure watermarks that are embedded onto any media their users upload to Frame.io.
Admins can type out their own custom watermark, set its opacity, and choose where in the frame they want the watermark to appear.
Then they can configure their team settings to automatically watermark the content their team uploads to Frame.io, helping deter any unauthorized sharing of their team’s content.
With Asset Lifecycle Management, customers need not worry about cleaning out old videos from the platform; Frame.io does it for you on an automated cadence that you define. Admins and team managers can set a limit on the number of days a given asset will remain in Frame.io. Once an asset hits that limit, Frame.io automatically deletes it. Assets can be restored up to 30 days after deletion and admins can disable Asset Lifecycle Management on a per-project basis.
Asset Lifecycle Management is built for the enterprise admin that finds themselves removing assets from Frame.io constantly, whether that be for security, for better organization, or for increased storage capacity.