LOCKLIZARD PROTECTS YOUR DOCUMENTS & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY FROM COPYING, PRINTING, AND DISTRIBUTION LockLizard is a DRM (digital rights management) company that specializes in document security and copy protection for pdf, flash, ebooks, and web based content. We protect information with US Government strength encryption and drm controls to ensure complete protection against copyright piracy. Use our DRM software to stop copying, prevent printing, disable print screen, expire content, and instantly revoke access to information. We provide copyright protection without the use of passwords to ensure maximum security, and to protect information, documents and web content from unauthorized use and misuse no matter where it resides. Control who uses your content, what they can do with it, and how long they can use it for.

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Latest Content From LockLizard

Whitepaper: 10 Things You Wished You Had Known about PDF Security, But They Didn't Tell You!

by LockLizardJun 15, 2009

This paper covers what PDF security vendors are not telling you about their products and solutions, and what questions you should be asking. Is the PDF security software you are looking to purchase really secure? If the PDF DRM protection software you are evaluating can be simply broken then you might as well save your money.

Whitepaper: LockLizard PDF Control - Authorized Viewing Of PDF Files

by LockLizardSep 30, 2008

View PDC documents protected with Lizard Safeguard PDF Security. No useless passwords to enter in order to view protected PDF files. LockLizard offers a free PDF DRM download for complete PDF Control. Note that publishers of protected documents may have implemented PDF controls to stop copying, prevent printing, disable print screen, and other DRM protection measures to protect copyright and prevent intellectual property theft. Secure information is also protected from screenshots and screen grabbing. Copy control measures enforce document protection while remaining transparent to the user - there are no PDF passwords to enter to gain access to protected PDF content.

Whitepaper: LockLizard Protector Web Content Security

by LockLizardSep 02, 2008

Protect your HTML, Web pages, Web sites and portals, e-learning courses, images, e-books, documents, PDF, and Flash files from unauthorized use and misuse. Protect your IPR and your company´┐Żs revenue stream by ensuring your content is always under your control.

Whitepaper: Software Provides Secure Web Viewing of Protected Content

by LockLizardSep 02, 2008

LockLizard's Lizard Protector Secure Web Content Viewer enables authorized viewing of protected Web content published in the HSF format. The free standalone application enforces the licensed use of protected Web content. Content controls are set and licensed by the publisher and cannot be altered by the user or LockLizard. Copy control measures enforce content protection while remaining transparent to the content user. No passwords are required or distributed to grant access to protected Web content. Protected Web content is only decrypted on the fly in memory. Files are never saved to disk in temporary format or to the Windows swap file.

Whitepaper: Information Leakage: What it is, and how Digital Rights Management (DRM) can Prevent it

by LockLizardAug 21, 2008

This paper covers what information leakage is and why it has become so prevelant. It discusses why DRM (Digital Rights Management) is required to prevent information leakage from within and outside of the enterprise and why encryption and access control are only effective inside the enterprise.

Whitepaper: PDF Security: Passwords, Access Control, and DRM

by LockLizardMar 13, 2008

This paper covers the development of PDF security from simple password mechanisms to access controls and DRM. It discusses lifecycle management, PKI, third party systems and standards. The background of the PDF format is covered and how backwards compatibility has hindered the development of security going forwards.

Whitepaper: Introduction to Digital Rights Management - DRM

by LockLizardAug 21, 2007

This paper covers the technology called Digital Rights Management or DRM, what it achieves and how this benefits your business. It covers the demand for DRM in the protection of intellectual property and the use of encryption and cryptography in protecting and controlling digital content. It compares DRM controls against IT controls, charging mechanisms, and the use of DRM in various industries. Most importantly it covers how DRM can be made to work for your business.

Whitepaper: Document Security - A Guide to Securing Your Documents

by LockLizardAug 21, 2007

When we talk about document security we can have many different ideas as to what security is actually wanted or needed, and what it is there to achieve. In this article we will look at the three principal approaches used today, how they rely upon each other and where they differ. The principal approaches are encryption, DRM and collaboration. This paper explains what components make up a document security solution and which one is right for you.