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Adobe cloud services compliance overview
Learn about the Common Controls Framework (CCF) by Adobe, a critical component of our overall security strategy. See how we're using CCF to help meet the requirements of standards like SOC2, FedRAMP, and PCI DSS, and see how your business can similarly achieve compliance with regulations andstandards.
Current List of Certifications, Standards, and Regulations
A detailed list of all compliance certifications and standards as well as government regulations currently supported by Adobe products and solutions.
Adobe cloud services: An incident response overview
Adobe believes that a company-wide, cohesive incident response program is as critical to the success of the organization as the company’s product strategy. To that end, Adobe implements a comprehensive program focused on the greatest areas of risk, designed to help enable our customers’ trust in security of their data with Adobe. Learn more about this program in our white paper.
Building a security culture
Adobe believes that every data action or interaction should be conducted through a lens of security to help ensure the safety, privacy, and availability of our customers' data. To achieve this goal, we've created a culture of security that permeates our company, and that helps foster better security across all our products and services. Find out more about the programs and policies we've put in place.
Adobe security features for digital government
We continue to maximize security solutions for today's digital government. Get an overview of our powerful, cost-effective cloud solutions, with many security features, tailored for government, including Adobe Connect and Adobe Experience Manager forms.
Adobe secure engineering overview
Adobe has invested significant human and financial resources in creating security processes and practices that adhere to industry standards. We rely on a combination of training, guidance of experts, and automation of as many processes as possible to enhance security and help reduce human error. This white paper describes the evolution of Adobe’s strategy and philosophy around security practices during product and service engineering.

Creative Cloud

Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise security overview
Creative Cloud for enterprise includes the entire collection of Creative Cloud applications, plus creative services and business features like enterprise-grade support and Expert Services. It's designed for large organizations that require centralized provisioning and customized deployment. Learn more about the Creative Cloud for enterpriseuser experience and datasecurity capabilities.
Adobe Business Catalyst security overview
Business Catalyst (BC) is an all-in-one business website and online marketing solution that offers an integrated platform for content management (CMS), customer relationship management (CRM), email marketing, eCommerce, and analytics. Learn more about the Business Catalyst user experience and data security capabilities.

Document Cloud

Adobe Document Cloud security overview
Document Cloud is a portfolio of digital document solutions including Acrobat DC, Adobe Sign, and web and mobile apps that makes manual, paper-based processes 100% digital. Learn how Document Cloud uses industry-standard security practices to help protect your documents, data, and personal information.

 

Adobe Sign technical overview
Adobe Sign helps organizations replace paper-and-ink signature processes with 100% digital workflows. Learn about the security features of Adobe Sign and how they help meet compliance requirements for many industry and regulatory standards.
Adobe Acrobat and Reader DC security overview
Find out how new security features in Adobe Acrobat and Reader DC - along with tighter operating system integration and easier deployment and administration tools - help deliver a lower total cost of ownership compared to earlier versions.
Adobe Sign and 21 CFR Part 11 
21 CFR Part 11 defines the requirements for electronic document and signature submissions to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This white paper provides detailed summaries of how Adobe Sign can be configured to comply with each of the compliance requirements of 21 CFR Part 11.

Experience Cloud

Adobe Experience Cloud security overview
Adobe Experience Cloud helps provide the ideal experience to every customer, every time. Powering this is a core platform on which individual Experience Cloud solutions are built. The platform includes a set of core services, shared content and data management, and common end user and management user interfaces. This white paper describes the security capabilities and compliance posture of this core platform.
Adobe Analytics security overview
Learn about the security architecture and capabilities of Adobe Analytics, which enables you to use customer data to better target customers and improve the effectiveness of your marketing.
Adobe Campaign security overview
Learn about the security architecture and capabilities of Adobe Campaign, which delivers best-in-class campaign, offer, and personalization management for executing marketing programs across virtually every channel.
Adobe Advertising Cloud security overview
Adobe Advertising Cloud is the industry’s first end-to-end platform for managing advertising across traditional TV and digital formats. This white paper describes the defense-in-depth approach and security procedures implemented to bolster the security of your Adobe Advertising Cloud experience and your data.
Adobe Experience Manager Security overview
Explore the architecture and security capabilities of the Adobe Experience Manager web content management platform, and see how these features help ensure the safety of user information and content assets throughout every stage of web publishing.
Adobe Experience Manager Mobile on-demand services
security overview

The Adobe Experience Manager
Mobile platform enables organizations to design, build, market, and measure apps on mobile devices. It combines on-demand services with on-premise software or managed services. If you’re an IT security architect examining vendors and applications for corporate approval, read this paper to learn about the security capabilities of the solution’s on-demand services.
Adobe Experience Manager Livefyre Security Overview
Adobe Experience Manager Livefyre lets you engage consumers through a combination of real-time content, conversation, and social curation. This white paper describes the defense-in-depth approach and security procedures implemented by Adobe to bolster the security of your Adobe® Experience Manager Livefyre experience and your data. 
Adobe Target security overview
Explore the network architecture, data center configurations, and security features for user and campaign modules for Adobe Target, which enables marketers to understand the efficacy of their digital marketing messages using A/B, rule-based, and multivariate tests.
Adobe Social security overview
Adobe Social lets you monitor and moderate conversations, publishand promote content, and analyze engagement and conversion data. Learn about its security capabilities and how to ensure proper usage throughout the social media management lifecycle.
Adobe Primetime security overview
Adobe Primetime helps programmers and operators reach viewers on IP-connected screens. Learn about the architecture and security features available in Primetime to help protect content and user data.
Adobe Audience Manager security overview
Learn how the security features and data architecture of Adobe Audience Manager help to protect the information you collect to build robust user profiles and uncover valuable web segments.

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Adobe Captivate Prime security overview
Adobe Captivate Prime security overview Adobe Captivate Prime is a Learning Management System (LMS) that streamlines the process of setting up, delivering, and tracking virtually any form of learning content. Learn more about the defense-in-depth approach and security procedures implemented to help bolster the security of your Adobe Captivate Prime experience and your data.
Adobe Connect hosted deployment security overview
Explore how the security features built into the Adobe Connect web conferencing platform enable meetings, eLearning, and webinars.