The 2009 edition of the RSA Conference is right around the corner, but it’s still not too late to join us. This year’s conference will be held at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco from April 20 through April 24th, 2009. Register here and learn about all the great sessions, speaking engagements, and events planned for the week.
We are excited to announce that this year we will be participating as a co-host in the Arcot Systems booth. Arcot is a leader in protecting and verifying digital identities. Financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and eShopping sites rely on the company’s software-only solutions to prevent online fraud and identity theft.
On the show floor, we will be offering demos for Adobe’s Electronic Signature offerings as well as LiveCycle Rights Management ES, so please stop by the Adobe pod within the Arcot booth! Also, please don’t forget to check out John Landwehr, Director of Security Solutions and Strategy, at Adobe, for a lively panel discussion on Cloud Computing.
We look forward to meeting you!
Arcot is part of Adobe’s Security Partner Community, a growing ecosystem of ISV and solutions partners that allow Adobe to offer best of breed security offerings for our customers.
Click here to visit the Arcot website.
Castilla-La Mancha, a Spanish community government is using Adobe LiveCycle to streamline and secure their complex document management and review process for the executive office and community council. Specifically, the organization uses Adobe Acrobat Pro and Adobe Reader software for the development and review of the documentation, and Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management ES software to apply the maximum level of security to control access to the documents.
The secure documents can be accessed online using a web browser via JCCM’s intranet or offline. Updated authorization is required for both methods of access, providing the system with complete traceability of its use, which in the case of printing consists of a watermark. Downloads are completely controlled, identifying each user, and preventing the document from being opened on a computer where it was not originally downloaded. An expiration date is also applied for each document’s use.
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Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader have been tested and meet the NIST FDCC compliance guidelines according to the testing process provided in OMB memo m08‐22. Compliance was verified by testing the product using the following procedures:
Version 9.1 of Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader are now available with critical security updates and other product improvements. Adobe strongly recommends all users update using the built-in software update system or manual download from adobe.com. Here are some additional details on this release:
If you are attending the 2009 RSA Conference in San Francisco this April, be sure to check out this panel discussion on cloud computing security