Patents by Inventor Andrew James Mitchell

Andrew James Mitchell has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20190190936
    Abstract: Electronic communications passing through a communication gateway or similar device for an enterprise can be monitored for indicators of malicious activity. When potentially malicious activity is identified, a user-based inquiry can be employed to identify potential sources of the malicious activity within the enterprise network. More specifically, by identifying a user that sourced the communication, instead of or in addition to a network address, devices within the enterprise network associated with the user can be located, analyzed, and remediated as appropriate.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 20, 2017
    Publication date: June 20, 2019
    Inventors: Andrew J. Thomas, David James Mitchell, Paul Stuart Murray
  • Publication number: 20190190929
    Abstract: Electronic communications passing through a communication gateway or similar device for an enterprise can be monitored for indicators of malicious activity. When potentially malicious activity is identified, a user-based inquiry can be employed to identify potential sources of the malicious activity within the enterprise network. More specifically, by identifying a user that sourced the communication, instead of or in addition to a network address, devices within the enterprise network associated with the user can be located, analyzed, and remediated as appropriate.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 20, 2017
    Publication date: June 20, 2019
    Inventors: Andrew J. Thomas, David James Mitchell, Paul Stuart Murray
  • Patent number: 9762553
    Abstract: In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for managing digital rights management (DRM) protected content sharing in a networked secure collaborative computer data exchange environment through a secure exchange facility managed by an intermediate organizational entity amongst users of a plurality of other organizational entities, wherein computer data content and access rights for the computer data content is shared between a first and second user, the computer data content and access rights for the computer data content are transformed into a DRM protected computer data content through communications with a DRM engine, wherein the DRM engine is selected based on a content type of the computer data content, and the DRM engine is provided by an entity other than the intermediate organizational entity and other than any of the plurality of other organizational entities.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 12, 2017
    Date of Patent: September 12, 2017
    Inventors: Christopher Todd Ford, Visal Chandrakant Acharya, Richard David Anstey, Wasif Qayyum Awan, Amir M. Azmi, Selom Harry Azuma, Wade Michael Callison, Clement Cazalot, Mayank Choudhary, Peter W. Cleary, Benedict Robert Dsilva, Fuat Ertunc, Simon Genzer, John William Giudice, Douglas McLean Gordon, Jonathan Gorin, Mushegh Hakhinian, John Held, Ronald W. Hovsepian, Ganesh Kannan, John Landy, David Scott Lindsay, Dario R. Lirio, Himali Mahajan, Olivier Mangez, Kevin L. McCarthy, Kevin McNulty, Jerry Lee Meyer, Anupam Miharia, Constantin Miroslav, Andrew James Mitchell, Uli P. Mittermaier, Harshal Morparia, Alex Negrea, Yana Nikolayeva, Madhavi Parimi, Matthew A. Porzio, Vedang Shailesh Purohit, Liviu Rozin, Godsway Sappor, Glenn Schwartz, Fahim Siddiqui, Nanu Swamy, Paul Tearnen, Karla Toyloy-Mattera, Sudhakar Velamoor, Margin Vora, Michael Joseph Waluk, Charlie Weiblen, Peter Wenzel, Jeffery Chi Wong, Tony Yip, Khurram Ghafoor
  • Publication number: 20170142076
    Abstract: In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for managing digital rights management (DRM) protected content sharing in a networked secure collaborative computer data exchange environment through a secure exchange facility managed by an intermediate organizational entity amongst users of a plurality of other organizational entities, wherein computer data content and access rights for the computer data content is shared between a first and second user, the computer data content and access rights for the computer data content are transformed into a DRM protected computer data content through communications with a DRM engine, wherein the DRM engine is selected based on a content type of the computer data content, and the DRM engine is provided by an entity other than the intermediate organizational entity and other than any of the plurality of other organizational entities.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 12, 2017
    Publication date: May 18, 2017
    Inventors: Christopher Todd Ford, Visal Chandrakant Acharya, Richard David Anstey, Wasif Qayyum Awan, Amir M. Azmi, Selom Harry Azuma, Wade Michael Callison, Clement Cazalot, Mayank Choudhary, Peter W. Cleary, Benedict Robert Dsilva, Fuat Ertunc, Simon Genzer, John William Giudice, Douglas McLean Gordon, Jonathan Gorin, Mushegh Hakhinian, John Held, Ronald W. Hovsepian, Ganesh Kannan, John Landy, David Scott Lindsay, Dario R. Lirio, Himali Mahajan, Olivier Mangez, Kevin L. McCarthy, Kevin McNulty, Jerry Lee Meyer, Anupam Miharia, Constantin Miroslav, Andrew James Mitchell, Uli P. Mittermaier, Harshal Morparia, Alex Negrea, Yana Nikolayeva, Madhavi Parimi, Matthew A. Porzio, Vedang Shailesh Purohit, Liviu Rozin, Godsway Sappor, Glenn Schwartz, Fahim Siddiqui, Nanu Swamy, Paul Tearnen, Karla Toyloy-Mattera, Sudhakar Velamoor, Margin Vora, Michael Joseph Waluk, Charlie Weiblen, Peter Wenzel, Jeffrey Chi Wong, Tony Yip, Khurram Ghafoor
  • Patent number: 9613190
    Abstract: An example method for managing digital rights management (DRM) protected content sharing in a networked secure collaborative computer data exchange environment includes establishing, by a secure exchange facility and managed by an intermediate organizational entity, a procedure that allows a user from a first entity to share access to computer data content with a user from a second entity based on indicated access rights. The method includes transforming the computer data content into DRM protected content, utilizing a DRM engine provided by a separate entity. The method includes granting access to the content to the second user, providing permissioned control to entities utilizing a number of data storage nodes, and managing secure data exchange of the content and metadata, without the secure exchange facility having access to the content. The method includes operations to support content services including data transformation, filtering, analytics, and searching tools for the content.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 22, 2015
    Date of Patent: April 4, 2017
    Assignee: Intralinks, Inc.
    Inventors: Christopher Todd Ford, Visal Chandrakant Acharya, Richard David Anstey, Wasif Qayyum Awan, Amir M. Azmi, Selom Harry Azuma, Wade Michael Callison, Clement Cazalot, Mayank Choudhary, Peter W. Cleary, Benedict Robert Dsilva, Fuat Ertunc, Simon Genzer, John William Giudice, Douglas McLean Gordon, Jonathan Gorin, Mushegh Hakhinian, John Held, Ronald W. Hovsepian, Ganesh Kannan, John Landy, David Scott Lindsay, Dario R. Lirio, Himali Mahajan, Olivier Mangez, Kevin L. McCarthy, Kevin McNulty, Jerry Lee Meyer, Anupam Miharia, Constantin Miroslav, Andrew James Mitchell, Uli P. Mittermaier, Harshal Morparia, Alex Negrea, Yana Nikolayeva, Madhavi Parimi, Matthew A. Porzio, Vedang Shailesh Purohit, Liviu Rozin, Godsway Sappor, Glenn Schwartz, Fahim Siddiqui, Nanu Swamy, Paul Tearnen, Karla Toyloy-Mattera, Sudhakar Velamoor, Margin Vora, Michael Joseph Waluk, Charlie Weiblen, Peter Wenzel, Jeffery Chi Wong, Tony Yip, Khurram Ghafoor
  • Publication number: 20150310188
    Abstract: In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for managing digital rights management (DRM) protected content sharing in a networked secure collaborative computer data exchange environment through a secure exchange facility managed by an intermediate organizational entity amongst users of a plurality of other organizational entities, wherein computer data content and access rights for the computer data content is shared between a first and second user, the computer data content and access rights for the computer data content are transformed into a DRM protected computer data content through communications with a DRM engine, wherein the DRM engine is selected based on a content type of the computer data content, and the DRM engine is provided by an entity other than the intermediate organizational entity and other than any of the plurality of other organizational entities.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 22, 2015
    Publication date: October 29, 2015
    Inventors: Christopher Todd Ford, Visal Chandrakant Acharya, Richard David Anstey, Wasif Qayyum Awan, Amir M. Azmi, Selom Harry Azuma, Wade Michael Callison, Clement Cazalot, Mayank Choudhary, Peter W. Cleary, Benedict Robert Dsilva, Fuat Ertunc, Simon Genzer, John William Giudice, Douglas McLean Gordon, Jonathan Gorin, Mushegh Hakhinian, John Held, Ronald W. Hovsepian, Ganesh Kannan, John Landy, David Scott Lindsay, Dario R. Lirio, Himali Mahajan, Olivier Mangez, Kevin L. McCarthy, Kevin McNulty, Jerry Lee Meyer, Anupam Miharia, Constantin Miroslav, Andrew James Mitchell, Uli P. Mittermaier, Harshal Morparia, Alex Negrea, Yana Nikolayeva, Madhavi Parimi, Matthew A. Porzio, Vedang Shailesh Purohit, Liviu Rozin, Godsway Sappor, Glenn Schwartz, Fahim Siddiqui, Nanu Swamy, Paul Tearnen, Karla Toyloy-Mattera, Sudhakar Velamoor, Margin Vora, Michael Joseph Waluk, Charlie Weiblen, Peter Wenzel, Jeffrey Chi Wong, Tony Yip, Khurram Ghafoor