Fall Check-In: Where Are You with Ensuring Sensitive Document Control and Data Security?
It’s been 4 months since tight security laws have gone into effect worldwide. If you have not already done so, it is time for a serious review of your own business’s data protection controls. The European GDPR has taken effect; it is here to stay and it most likely affects your company.

Numerous documents—regardless of their context—flow into and out of your organization every day with one thing remaining constant: various people inside and outside your organization need access to them. How do you control what is done with these documents? Digital document technology is the solution that transforms your outdated data controls into secure, seamless digital workflows. Compliance isn’t an option. Get control now with these features:

Access Rights: Regulate what documents and data users can store, retrieve, edit, export, modify and remove from file cabinets. Encrypt sensitive data so it cannot even be accessed by a system administrator.

Audit Trails and Reporting: Document transparency is critical. You’ll be able to quickly produce a report that lists all users who have accessed a document, what changes were made, and when.

Archiving and Purging: Instead of worrying about when to dispose of documents, you can establish document retention rules at the outset and alleviate your organization from the risk of deleting information too early or holding onto expired documents for too long.

Compliant Ready: Keep information management compliant with mandates like HIPAA (privacy), Sarbanes-Oxley (financial reporting), GDPR (data portability) and much more.

Disaster Recovery: Natural disasters can strike anywhere, anytime, and even the most secure data centers can fail. Ensure business continuity with multiple secure, redundant backups that get your team back on its feet quickly.

Are you ready to see how digital document management can secure your business’s valuable data? See it in action—click here to register for the 20-minute live demo on Thursday, October 18.

Stover Imaging
2100 Austin St
Midland, MI 48642