You’ve never seen document security quite like this.
With the move to digital documents, you have an opportunity to control and track how they’re being used, and know who’s using them. Digital rights management (DRM) in Adobe Experience Manager Forms proactively protects digital documents, and shows you their usage throughout their lifecycle.
Have full control over the security of your documents.
You can decide how much security and permission is needed on any document you create. Control who can access them and under what circumstances. Make changes to security settings at any point during the lifetime of the document from its beginning all the way to its archiving.
Protect PDF and Microsoft Office documents with encryption that conforms to U.S. federal standards.
Open or restrict document rights to individuals or groups based on authentication.
Work within your existing user authentication or develop custom authentication through powerful APIs.
Easily define what users or groups can do with the documents, such as copy, print, or view offline.
Change security policies at any time, even after the documents have been distributed.
Allow mobile users to access secure PDF documents with the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app.
Control your documents. At every point.
The convenience of secure digital documents allows you to observe and manage what’s going on with them at any time.
Record detailed audit logs of when, how, and where a user accesses a document.
Update authorized users with the latest version of a document, even after it has been distributed.
Revoke access to documents at any time, even after they have been distributed.
Receive powerful data visualizations and detect anomalies through integration with Adobe Analytics data workbench.
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