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A recent ground-breaking survey by UpGuard shows far too many organizations are posting public PDF documents that contain dangerous metadata. Metadata that could disclose confidential information. You may be revealing  legal and accounting “supply chains” of document creation, which could then be used for precise spear-phishing attacks. Additionally, metadata in PDFs filed with the court, or sent to the other side, can be used as evidence against your client. 

However, you still need to have metadata in your PDFs to make them searchable.

Join this webcast to learn how to navigate dangerous metadata and protect your organization. Securing searchable PDFs can slash the manual work needed and response time to deal with Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) under the GDPR, CCPA or other emerging laws. Understand how proper creation and management of PDFs:

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