Last year, in a single cyber attack, 760 U.S. companies had their corporate information compromised by China-based hackers. Thousands of organizations are being hacked every day.
Conventional means of team communication such as email, document attachments and browser download services expose confidential information unnecessarily.
"If you assume your email is secure from corporate thieves, nation states, rogue individuals; you're making a pretty big mistake"
Deputy Asst. Sec. of Defense, Cyber Policy
CNBC, November 16, 2012.
Have important files been intercepted without your knowledge or consent? Did your simple web file exchange leave easy to follow tracks in the recipient's email or browser cache? Has your confidential file achieved immortality in an email backup?
How's that email with the large attachments working for you? Still waiting?
A secure file transfer running in the background allows you to get on with your work; including sending and receiving email.
Was it the file size? Or, was it the file type this time?
It can be frustrating when an email which took 10 minutes to send, comes back some time later; letting you know the recipient still does not have your files.