Tag Archives: redaction

Are you unknowingly posting patient PHI online?

If you’re in a medical profession in which you regularly post patient images, take note. According to an article in Becker’s Health IT, new search engine capabilities allow Google, Bing, and others to extract large-scale information from previously stored ...

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Removing sensitive information with PhantomPDF <em data-src=

If you want to prevent sensitive information in your PDF files, such social security numbers, credit card information, and product launch dates, from getting into the wrong hands, simply placing a black block over text or images isn’t sufficient. The ...

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Why PDF is a great GDPR compliance solution

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. With it comes a heightened level of scrutiny to the rules of customer engagement for brands on both sides of the Atlantic. GDPR does two ...

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Fulfilling GDPR requirements using redaction

When our sales people talk to our product managers about the features customers seem less familiar with, redaction comes up. Customers often misunderstand what this feature really is and how it can be useful for business and data protection strategies. ...

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Federal agencies struggle to keep up with FOIA requests

The National Security Archive revealed shocking revelations in a recent report: One in three federal agencies have yet to respond to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, 11 months after the request was made. The Archive team sent FOIA ...

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