Document Management

Improving Document Security with PDF

Provided by Nuance

Category Document Management

Type Event

Length 1

Publish Date March 07 2016

Date posted March 14 2016


LIVE EVENT - Tuesday, April 12, 2016 @ 2:00 p.m. ET

When it comes to working with PDF files today, there is a common misconception that PDFs can’t be altered. Yet nothing could be further from the truth, which means you could be exposed to security risks you don’t even know about.

This webinar will deliver many best practices for creating, securing, and sharing PDF files. You will see:

- How some PDF tools can present challenges when it comes to removing personally identifiable information (PII)

- Why many search tools may fail to find PII – and could lead to the accidental sharing of confidential data

- Three best practices for using encryption to protect PDF content

We hope you can attend this webinar!



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