The Most Secure Way to Transfer Files


When it comes to securely transferring files there is an array of options. Some of them include cloud storage (such as Dropbox or Google Drive) which is an excellent option to share files without having to worry about attachment size limits or clogging an email inbox. You can also physically transfer files from one device to the next using transfer cables, USB devices or wireless options (Nearby sharing on Windows PCs and AirDrop on Mac OS). However, these methods don’t necessarily require encryption of data in transit or at rest, and are therefore susceptible to cyber-attacks and other threats that could result in a data breach.

Securely transfer large media files

If you’re a professional that works with video and photo editing files on location, then you know how annoying it can be to to physically transfer your media files between different computers. You might be tempted by an external hard drive or flash drive, but these can be stolen or lost and are not secured with a password. This could put your data at risk.

It is essential to know the best way to transfer files. This is especially important when your company needs to securely share SaaS and customer information. Data breaches are becoming more frequent and their impact on customers, businesses and staff is increasing. It’s important to use a method for transferring files that is protected from attacks and is in compliance with data security regulations.