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Document Security Needs Assessment Tool

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How much confidence does your organization have in the authenticity of its documents and supporting workflows?

Assessing needs for document security can be a daunting challenge for any IT leader. Use this tool to help gain an understanding of your organization's needs for a document security tool(s). This assessment asks you a series of questions about your:

  • Organization and its documents
  • Workflow procedures
  • Internal vs. external business process orientation.

The foundation for this, or any, solid document security needs assessment is the concept of trust how much confidence organizations must have in the authenticity of their documents and supporting workflows.

Included in this ZIP file are:

  • Intro Page.pdf
  • Terms and Conditions.pdf
  • Document Security Needs Assessment Tool.xls
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