Adobe unveils security software

Adobe has launched its LiveCycle Policy Server security software to help companies control and monitor electronic document usage...

Adobe has launched its LiveCycle Policy Server security software to help companies control and monitor electronic document usage inside or outside their firewalls.

The software can be used online or offline and across multiple document platforms. Using LiveCycle Policy Server, companies can apply consistent and dynamic security policies to documents, which enables them to specify who has access, what they can do, when, and for how long.

Adobe said companies can update security policies at any time, even after distribution, so they can manage and track access no matter where a document resides.

Adobe has also just launched its Acrobat 7.0 Professional software, which is designed to create, control, and deliver more secure Adobe PDF documents.

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