VBA macros pose a significant security risk in many companies. They come from partners or are written internally. They control smaller processes or entire production chains and often no one knows which such applications are actually in use and which processes are controlled by them. If you want to switch from Microsoft Office 32 to 64 bits, macros can no longer do their job as usual and processes fall by the wayside. If you want to replace VBA with new technologies, however, you must have knowledge of all existing macros. Certainly, these applications can also be manually examined, checked for malicious code and signed, but this takes a lot of time. Depending on the number and complexity, it can take a few weeks until you have an overview. That’s why Office VBA Security & Compliance – our tool for the automated analysis and signature of your macros – is available for the security of your work processes.