Audio Redaction Software
What Can an All-in-One Redaction System Do for You?
What can organizations responsible for maintaining, releasing, and redacting information do to work more productively and avoid the improper release or exposure of information? In today’s CaseGuard article, we’ll cover how using an all-in-one redaction system can help organizations work smart, avoid lawsuits, and prevent reputational harm.
Audio Redaction Software | The Basics
While video redaction software often comes with the capability to redact audio as well, there are still a lot of things you must know just on the audio side. Make sure that your audio redaction software is as good as your video redaction software and it helps if they are both in the same software so you don’t have to learn two different applications.
Proper Redaction Matters
If you intend on honoring redaction policies and rules, you are going to need to find better software for conducting redaction work. If not, you’ll just be inviting what happened in the Manafort investigation – redacted documents with top secret information being released to the masses.
Proactive Public Records
You’ve got your redaction and enhancement software. You’ve got fully trained records staff, fully trained investigative staff, you’ve got the ball rolling hard on this issue of public records and media requests. And yet, you still can’t stem the tide. You’re responding to every request, but your agency is still getting less than favorable reaction from the media and the community.
Audio Resampling | Protecting Sensitive Information & Identities
Protecting sensitive information and identities is a core operation when redacting files. It can be difficult when you face audio content. On the one hand, audio needs to be heard clearly for a jury to understand what is transpiring. On the other, we may be dealing with a protected witness, an undercover officer, or some information that is critical to future prosecutions that can’t be revealed in the moment.
Automatic Audio Redaction
For law enforcement agencies, things like driver’s license numbers, names, dates of birth, addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and other personal identification information (PII) are just a few pieces of information that need to be redacted in order to satisfy a FOIA request.