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The LangSec IEEE S&P Workshop this year includes several PDF-related presentations resulting from SafeDocs research including a paper by CTO Peter Wyatt.
An overview of industry working-group activities pertaining to tagged PDF.
Standards development works best when the expert community is open to diverse and dissenting views. The door is already open to the government to listen, participate and propose. If it isn’t broken don’t try to fix it.
This PDF file tests parsing valid combinations of adjacent PDF tokens both in the body of a PDF as well as in PDF content streams.
Thomas Zellmann, evangelist from the PDF Association, explains why PDF is not only “digital paper” but also one of the greenest office technologies around.
The ISO-standardized PDF format and subset formats facilitate digital document solutions for today and tomorrow.
EA-PDF establishes high-level requirements for using PDF technology to package email for long-term preservation.
As the AstraZeneca vaccine contract debacle makes clear, redacting PDF involves more than just the page; other objects have to be checked as well.
PDF/A-4 is essential to losslessly archiving PDF files that use current-generation PDF 2.0 technology… even including scanned documents. From modern Unicode support to interoperability with other specifications PDF/A-4 is the only way to archive PDF files conforming to PDF 2.0.
How do companies stay agile enough in their document and output management to meet increasing customer expectations for speed and quality?