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Document Security: A Guide to Securing Your Documents

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Whether this involves sending confidential documents from point-to-point, allowing document modification and tracking of who created/amended/authorized content, or administering continuing use of content and ensure documents are not shared with others, you need to be clear on what your objectives are as far as securing documents. Otherwise, you can find yourself with the wrong kind of document security solution and wasted investment.

This white paper, provided by LockLizard, analyzes the three principal approaches used today – encryption, digital rights management (DRM), and collaboration – and how they rely upon each other and where they differ.