Save the Date: Acrobat Security and Digital IDs eSeminar
Join Ali Hanyaloglu, worldwide product evangelist for Acrobat and community leader for AcrobatUsers.com, Wednesday, Oct 20, 2010, 10 a.m. PST, to learn how to use passwords and set permissions to prevent unauthorized access to your documents. You’ll also learn how to add digital signatures to PDF files. A digital signature is like a thumbprint: It identifies the signer of the document and records any changes the signer makes to the document.
Discover how you can use the document security and digital signature features in Acrobat 9 to: Apply password protection to a file to protect access; Set permissions to restrict printing, copying or altering; Certify the contents of a PDF file; Sign certified documents; Apply server-based security policies to PDF files; Create a digital ID; Apply digital IDs to authenticate documents; Modify signature appearance, and much more.
Acrobat 9 gives you all the tools you need to ensure your PDF documents are secure. You don’t need to secure every PDF file you create, but when you want to restrict access to your document or prevent further changes or edits to the content, it’s good to know how to do it.
Ali has been involved with Acrobat since version 2 and as an Adobe Certified Expert, has been a featured speaker at several conferences and online events…. But if that isn’t enough to sign up, register for the eSeminar now for a chance to win a copy of the Adobe Acrobat 9 PDF Bible by Ted Padova!