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Analyst's take: Surety's AbsoluteProof protects data integrity

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Published on: February 14, 2011
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
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Length: 3 pages
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Surety AbsoluteProof ensures the integrity of electronic records by establishing that they were created on a specific date and have not been altered since creation.  Surety provides AbsoluteProof as an Internet-based, data integrity protection service that enables applications (such as content management systems and electronic lab notebooks) to process documents with a secure hash (or digital “fingerprint”) to the AbsoluteProof server.  The server then associates a NISTbased time value with the hash and records the hash and time value in a database, and returns the bundled hash and time stamp to the application along with the AbsoluteProof Seal for that document.

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