June 13, 2019

Redaction | A Live Feature Showcase

A staggering 75% of all M&A transactions require redaction of sensitive information. Frequently outsourced to third parties and spread across deal team groups, the process of ensuring confidential words, phrases and images are securely hidden from view during due diligence, and then safely disclosed to a buyer as the process moves forward is slow, manual and risk-ridden.

Learn how Redaction for DatasiteOne Diligence solves for these challenges. In this feature showcase with Lona Dallessandro, Redaction Product Lead, you’ll find out how it lets you:

  • Search, click and securely redact in the data room, powering rapid deal cycles
  • Control what can be seen, by whom, and when, ensuring compliance with privacy regulations
  • Multi-level controls let you un-redact as the deal moves forward, speeding up due diligence

Discover Redaction and gain insight into what your peers think via live audience polling and questions.

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