An automated redaction solution can guarantee your company a higher rate of accuracy than manual redaction, keeping you in tune with regulatory compliance audits. Read on to learn how to improve your accuracy rating today.
As it becomes more and more clear that data breaches are a fact of modern day life, it is also clear we need to think about protecting consumer information in more diverse ways.
One way to protect data is to simply redact it. The problem is that the amount and type of information that needs to be redacted is diverse and often changes from state to state.
The Implementation Phase is the third step in proceeding with an automated redaction vendor. If you’re in this phase, you’re close to the go-live for your project.
The first thing that you must do in this phase is collect sample documents. This involves gathering random and targeted sample documents in scope for the redaction project. Once your files and samples are gathered, you must send them to your software vendor.
Ensure all sensitive information in the document has been removed.
The exclusion of private information from sensitive documents is something that individuals in different fields and job roles need to worry about. From the single business proprietor who needs to redact personal or business financial information to government agencies protecting policy data, redacting sensitive information properly is key. For those who need to redact a document the right way, some basic steps based on expert advice can come in handy.
Defining your organization's project scope for an automated redaction project
Not sure where to start when it comes to implementing automated redaction for your business?
Build a solid foundation for a successful automated redaction project by following the best practice tips for defining your project scope.
Document formatting and quality can have a dramatic effect on OCR and rules accuracy when data capture is concerned. The 5 examples shown below are meant to educate a potential or current data capture user on what can cause accuracy to rise or fall. Although sometimes it’s hard or impossible to correct the issues that cause accuracy to fall, there are generally steps that can be taken to help prevent them.
Last month the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) coordinated an Automated Redaction Proof of Concept (PoC) with several vendors.
The PoC was made possible thanks to funding from the State Justice Institute (SJI). The purpose was to provide accuracy benchmarks to courts considering implementing automated redaction technology. NCSC is planning to issue results prior to CTC, publish on their website, and present to various target groups and at conferences.