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Print anything to a Password protected PDF

Small companies make up 71% of all data breaches, and of that group 95% of the data breaches are caused by simple human error.
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Since arriving on the scene in the early ’90s, Adobe’s PDF file format has become one of the most common file types on the net. As with anything this ubiquitous security should be a primary concern. Over the last three decades, multiple enhancements to file size compression and compatibility have been introduced, as well as functions to limit what a recipient can do with a PDF. One of those functions we’re looking at today is adding a password.

Add password encryption to a file and send it via email. This method is much more secure than sending potentially private information over email.
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