for securing documents without passwords in today's society on the Internet.
Document encryption is the process by which documents are protected with cryptographic keys (public key, token, etc.) so that only individuals with the corresponding decryption keys (private key, token, etc.) can open them. It is used to protect documents in transit (i.e. sent via email) and at rest (i.e. stored on a disk or in the cloud) from being accessed by unauthorized users.
used in securing files and documents.
Encryption using passwords is the most popular method of document protection. However, it requires additional security functionality to be effective. eBmA is uniquely positioned to provide file-level encryption without the need for passwords.
addressing specific document encryption needs.