Before signing-up to a file sync-and-share service for business purposes, consider that it’s not just about the security of your files.
There are other aspects to file sharing that should be considered, namely:
1. privacy of your usage patterns
2. the geo-location of your data
3. the overarching ownership of the service
Before committing to such a file sharing service, ask yourself (or better still ask your Corporate Security Officer) if you are willing to compromise the level of mitigation around your data access patterns falling into the wrong hands? As an experienced Enterprise file sync-and-share service provider we do things differently at SEEBURGER; our take on such matters is that not only should your files remain secure, but so too should your usage patterns which should NEVER be shared (anonymised or not). Period.
Geo-Fencing Enables Local Compliance
Other aspects for consideration when choosing a file sharing service provider are the ability (and cost) to geo-fence YOUR data. For many, it won’t matter an iota as to which hard disk platter in the world their data resides on. For others, where inter-continental and inter-country exchange of personal or confidential data takes place, the physical location of that data is of paramount importance with regards to abiding by laws and regulations.
As a final thought, for the ultimate levels in mitigation against leakage of data and the access patterns pertaining to the data, why not consider a file sharing solution that can be deployed on-premises and run on secure in-house servers?
Click here to learn more about how SEEBURGER can give you peace of mind when file sharing, allowing you to focus on your core business.
Click here to download our free whitepaper ‘Managed File Transfer (MFT): A Secret Corporate Weapon’ that shows how you can use MFT to protect your IP, demonstrate compliance and focus on your core business.
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