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  • White Papers // May 2009

    10 Things You Really Wished You Had Known About PDF Security, But They Didn't Tell You!

    The LockLizard approach is to license the relationship between the document publisher and customer, and automatically establish and verify authorizations on a document by document basis. No access control information travels with the documents, no passwords are given to users, and users have no means of entering passwords. Access control...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Encryption and DRM: Why Encryption Is Not Enough to Protect Your Electronic Documents

    Encryption is the technology that underpins electronic document management and control, however great care needs to be taken in its implementation if it is to be anything more than a fictional control. Obviously the strength of any encryption system still has a significant bearing on the ability of an attacker...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Rights Management - DRM: An Introduction to DRM

    DRM offers industry information providers, which include the financial industries, analysts, consultants, programmers database owners and so on, as well as the record and film industries, with significant potential. DRM significantly extends the old IT controls and provides a much finer grained control over the ability of the user to...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Rights Management: A History of Rights Management and DRM

    Although it seems pretty obvious to some people that one should be able to decide who can read information that one has created, and perhaps pay for that pleasure, it helps to understand a little about how the idea of 'property rights' developed. Selecting a digital rights management system that...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Document Security and Protection: An Overview of Document Security and Protection Systems

    Underpinning all the digital security systems is encryption. If prospective document security solution does not use this, then forget it because it is just smoke and mirrors. Encryption is the technology that hides documents from those who are not authorized, and verifies that the content the originator created is unchanged.

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Encryption and DRM: Why Encryption Is Not Enough to Protect Your Electronic Documents

    Encryption is the technology that underpins electronic document management and control, however great care needs to be taken in its implementation if it is to be anything more than a fictional control. Obviously the strength of any encryption system still has a significant bearing on the ability of an attacker...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Digital Rights Management - DRM: An Introduction to DRM

    DRM offers industry information providers, which include the financial industries, analysts, consultants, programmers database owners and so on, as well as the record and film industries, with significant potential. DRM significantly extends the old IT controls and provides a much finer grained control over the ability of the user to...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Rights Management: A History of Rights Management and DRM

    Although it seems pretty obvious to some people that one should be able to decide who can read information that one has created, and perhaps pay for that pleasure, it helps to understand a little about how the idea of 'property rights' developed. Selecting a digital rights management system that...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // May 2009

    10 Things You Really Wished You Had Known About PDF Security, But They Didn't Tell You!

    The LockLizard approach is to license the relationship between the document publisher and customer, and automatically establish and verify authorizations on a document by document basis. No access control information travels with the documents, no passwords are given to users, and users have no means of entering passwords. Access control...

    Provided By LockLizard

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Document Security and Protection: An Overview of Document Security and Protection Systems

    Underpinning all the digital security systems is encryption. If prospective document security solution does not use this, then forget it because it is just smoke and mirrors. Encryption is the technology that hides documents from those who are not authorized, and verifies that the content the originator created is unchanged.

    Provided By LockLizard