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SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: E-learning security case study

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Canada Care Global (CCG) needed to protect training courses which are available for download from its web site from being copied and distributed without the company’s knowledge. This case study outlines how CCG used LockLizard Safeguard PDF Security to protect its training programs from piracy.

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This week in PDF: Enterprise PDF security solution announced

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This week in PDF has seen the announcement of an enterprise PDF security solution, the launch of a server-based redaction product, a major update to a PDF developer component, and support for searchable PDFs added to a popular scanning product.

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This week in PDF: Web security software updated

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This week in PDF has seen an update to a web content security product, along with the releases of a standard for including advertising material in PDF documents.

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LockLizard adds multi-language support

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LockLizard has rolled out foreign language support to Safeguard Secure PDF Viewer.

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Lizard Safeguard PDF Security updated

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LockLizard has added a new licensing feature to its PDF DRM solution. Lizard Safeguard PDF Security enables LockLizard customers to easily identify the owner of a given license file, saving time and money.

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This week in PDF: GWG celebrates fifth birthday

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In a period dominated by the launch of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the final installment of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter saga, this week in PDF has seen a standards body’s anniversary and updates to PDF creation and security products.

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This week in PDF: Adobe opens the ‘3D’ in ‘Acrobat 3D’

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In the wake of last week’s major update to Adobe’s premium Acrobat offering, Adobe has released the specification for the format that put the ‘3D’ in ‘Acrobat 3D’. This week in PDF also sees Bluestream and RenderX ink an OEM pact and an addition to LockLizard’s PDF security offerings.

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This week in PDF: Adobe CEO Chizen: Acrobat 8 coming in 2006

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This week in PDF sees a patent granted to a 3D design vendor and the launch of a new Web site designed to teach users about document and information security. If that weren’t enough, we have some official word from Adobe on its current position and the release of Acrobat 8.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Shocking security

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Some document creators may feel that while conventional document security measures may protect documents from individual access attempts, they don’t sufficiently deter subsequent, potentially successful attempts. Enter Locklizard Stingray, which literally ‘shocks’ unauthorized users.

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