Document Logistix’s application Document Manager provides a flexible platform for paperless business processes and highly efficient archiving. Because it’s not designed for a specific market, Document Manager is customizable for a large range of business processes, including those as straightforward as proof of delivery, where the risk of data loss is fairly minimal, and those involving more sensitive information like human resources records. This is especially important since the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, which has financial penalties for noncompliance.
Attorneys general in the U.S. also use Document Manager for disclosure purposes, publishing prosecution case material to defense attorneys. Failure to protect this information could lead to mistrial.
With such high stakes, Document Logistix has always been focused on protecting customer data, but the company lacked a true application security solution. Several of its clients performed their own penetration testing and submitted issues to Document Logistix to remediate. The company also had internal staff checking code manually for security vulnerabilities, but this proved to be time-intensive and costly. The company needed an in-house solution that was both cost-efficient and effective.