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5 Ways You Can Securely Transfer Files in 2021

Posted By Webnus on Blogging - File sharing is a necessity in the business world as companies have to share various documents with business partners, employees, customers, government agencies, and vendors. But, with a cyber attack happening every 39 seconds, businesses can’t afford to skimp on file sharing security. Hackers are increasingly using sophisticated techniques to intercept data in transit, incorporate malicious code into files, and exploit vulnerabilities in file transfer applications.   Ways You Can Securely Transfer Files How do you protect your business with security risks increasing and evolving every day? Below, we will look at how your company can ensure it’s securely sharing files:   Fax With Email Remember fax machines? Those bulky machines you had to feed your documents into and dial a recipient fax number to send it over a phone line? There is now a digital version of this system, and it’s as safe and convenient as sending and receiving emails whether it is through a company’s email system or Gmail fax. Internet fax is a modern technology that uses a web interface instead of a physical machine. It offers an efficient, inexpensive, and painless way to send documents. Just scan a paper document or create a word document, attach it to an email message, enter the fax number of the recipient and faxing service name in the address bar and off it goes. Once you hit send, it cannot be intercepted or opened except by the intended recipient.   Encrypt Your Message Although most cloud storage providers offer some form of encryption, you can't always rely on it to secure your data. If a thief or a rogue employee gets hold of your device, they could easily view and download your cloud files since most providers keep you logged in by default. To access more robust encryption solutions, you'll...

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