Document Security should be a critical business practice to every organisation. Confidential customer data, business strategy documents, and internal reports may fall into the wrong hands if document security has not been adequately established. Compromises in data security could lead to financial losses, lawsuits, and significant reputation damage that could risk the integrity of the entire organisation.
There are three principal approaches used today to secure documents. Apogee consider all three when auditing your infrastructure, selecting appropriate print technology and managing your document services. The principal approaches are Digital Rights Management, Encryption and Collaboration.
Digital Rights Management (DRM): Limit the ability to access, view or print documents. The methods vary widely, but can include preventing the ability to copy and paste, use USB devices, screen grab or access systems (such as printers) only from specific locations or devices.
Encryption: Technology that hides documents from users who are not authorised to view them, and verifies that the content the creator published remains unchanged.
Collaboration: Control mechanisms to secure documents from being accessed, modified or distributed by inappropriate users.
Why Apogee should be your first choice:
The first step to developing a cost effective and efficient print and document strategy is a thorough and detailed assessment of your current print and document technology. Our specialists assess your output, device fleet and critical processes on-site, identifying opportunities to improve your current position. Based on the results of the assessment we will work… Read More