Tag: policy

Privacy Policy – Planet PDF

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This policy covers the Debenu Web site: Planet PDF.

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PDF security: Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server

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Part four in a series on PDF security, this article provides a little more information on Adobe’s server-based security solution. Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server (ALPS) allows for the creation, administration, application and authentication of security policies. This article covers the capabilities and uses of Policy Server.

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PDF security: eEnvelopes and security policies

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Part two in a series on PDF security, this article covers the important issue of which parts of the document need to be encrypted, the concept of ‘eEnvelopes’ and provides a little information about security policies. The latest installment attempts to take some more of the pain out of devising document security strategies.

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Entrust extending secure e-mail with Adobe Policy Server content protection

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Entrust has announced the planned addition of several new
delivery methods to its secure e-mail gateway appliance,
including integration with the Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server
to utilize its content protection capabilities and
compatible capabilities in Acrobat 7.0 software.

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Acrobat developer workshops in San Francisco in February

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Adobe Systems is hosting a pair of free Acrobat developer
workshops — designed to show how Adobe’s technologies can
help organizations maintain control over how, when, and by
whom documents are accessed — in conjunction with the
security-focused RSA Conference 2005 in San Francisco.

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Q/A: Adobe’s John Landwehr on LiveCycle Policy Server

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Adobe’s John Landwehr talks with Planet PDF about the highly-anticipated LiveCycle Policy Server — a server-based solution that allows for the real-time administration of security ‘policies’ for PDF documents. Planet PDF Editor Kurt Foss reports.

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Acrobat Evangelist talks XML, PDF and competition

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Lori DeFurio discusses Adobe’s product releases, competitors to the PDF format and the emerging focus on XML as a standard format for the exchange of data.

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