Document Detective was designed specifically to prevent inadvertent data disclosures when classified Government or Business documents are downgraded.
The software can identify and sanitize more than 100 types of hidden data, including Ad Hoc Review data, Meta data, tracked changes, comments, embedded object linking
and embedding (OLE) files, embedded objects and object fragments.
The Ad Hoc Review feature automatically enables Tracked Changes without warning when a Word, PowerPoint, or Excel file is attached to an Outlook email.
The hidden data resulting from an Ad Hoc Review can be difficult to remove, especially from PowerPoint.
Document Detective also provides deep inspection and content
verification for Adobe PDF, HTML, XML, MHT, and text files.
Document Detective removes tracked changes from Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel
documents. Many other software packages still fail to recognize tracked changes in PowerPoint and Excel, which were added in Office XP in 2002.
It is the only product included on the Defense Security Service’s Trusted Downloading Products List, and it exceeds the requirements
set forth in the NSA’s published guidance on data redaction. It even includes a process for reviewing embedded pictures that can not be analyzed by a
The Electronic Document Review System (EDRS) provides a network based system to
facilitate the electronic document review and release approval process, and it integrates with existing
cross domain solutions (CDS) to provide automated cross domain transfers for approved documents.
Making sure your documents don't share
more information than you intended!