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Introduce automated redaction to your workflows

We live in a world of instant gratification and immediate satisfaction which leads to companies wanting to speed up workflow processes to get higher quality work done, quicker. There are companies where their entire business plan is about how they can make other organization’s workflow more efficient, accurate, and up to date with the world around them.

One of these technologies is automated redaction and indexing software. When a company identifies information they need to automatically locate and “black-out” personal identifiable information (PII), automated redaction software can be used. In many courts, there are rules and policies in place that prevent PII from being displayed publicly. That means that someone’s job (either full-time or part-time depending on the volume of documents) is to ensure that this information is not made available to the public. If secure information accidentally gets overlooked because of fatigue, human error, or regulation changes, there could be huge penalties paid out in data breach lawsuits. This is where automated redaction software steps into play.

Allotted staff manually enters in data and checks or verifies that every piece of information is accurately redacted before going out into the world, for anybody’s eyes to see, based on organizational policies and procedures. How many hours a day are they doing this? There can be multiple full-time employees dedicated to this repetitive, mundane task within one office, which could be upwards of $100,000 spent on their salaries alone.

What would happen if automated redaction were introduced?

Automated redaction would significantly increase work productivity, decrease cost and provide accuracy much higher and more efficient than a human could achieve. Your staff would be able to stop partaking in large manual tasks and dedicate their time to more important processes, that are not able to be automated. Peaking any interest? Listen to industry experts as they discuss types of unstructured court documents (including handwritten documents) that can be automatically redacted, and indexed with a 99% or higher accuracy rating and zero reported privacy breaches.


about the author: Tera (Madigan) Ogorzalek

As a designer of experiences, Tera strives to bridge the gap between the user's needs, the physical world, and innovative technology by creating intuitive and engaging cross-channel experiences. By gaining valuable insight from people's motivations, behaviors, and attitudes, she enjoys analyzing findings to quickly iterate on ideas to help develop amazing products and experiences that meet real human needs--needs that they may never have thought about. She is an experienced Creative Leader who has a strong record of building and implementing successful branding, digital marketing, and eCommerce strategic plans. Tera has first-hand experience with starting and leading programs that have substantially increased awareness and driven large growth in eCommerce, UX, Web/App Design, and Digital Marketing for leading brands. She has a strong talent for understanding "the big picture" and leading large diversified and cross-functional teams in a large corporate setting as well as a fast paced, nimble and agile startup environment.