Clean risky metadata from emails and attachments.
Metadact is a metadata management solution that automatically identifies hidden data and cleans it from files, helping to protect against loss of reputation, financial risk, data leakage, and possible malpractice due to inadvertent disclosure. Metadact performs a thorough scrub of files, attaches clean versions to emails, and then helps protect against common email recipient mistakes.
Detect and scrub all types of potentially harmful metadata hidden in Microsoft Office files, ZIP files, PDF documents, and images, then be confident it goes to its intended audience.
Centralized control enables compliance across the entire firm, regardless of location or work platform.
Whether on-the-go or at the office, using Outlook or a DMS, perform a thorough scrub of every file before sending it out.
What Others Say About Metadact
Boutique US Firm Automatically Protects Sensitive Data
NYC Firm Proactively Mitigates Risk Through Metadata Scrubbing
"Staff tell me they appreciate that IT ‘has them covered.’ They like the confidence and convenience of having potentially sensitive metadata automatically removed without their intervention when they send emails with attachments from any device."
"Unless you’re a litigator, you might not think about how easy it is to unknowingly share information… until it’s too late. With Metadact baked into Outlook and on the desktop, scrubbing metadata from documents is now a standard procedure and reduces risk."
Clean & Reattach
Remove metadata from files attached in an email, then reattach the clean versions in seconds.
Be alerted before hitting Reply All, responding to BCC or multi-thread messages, or to those with external addresses.
Prevent emails from being sent to specific domains or groups, and prevent auto-correcting addresses in the “to” field.
See what was cleaned from your attachments directly within the Outlook ribbon.
Litera Open API
Litera offers an open application programming interface (API) for users to compare, clean, and securely collaborate on their documents wherever they want, such as proprietary and third-party applications.