Concerns about storage security in cloud computing persist, and rightly so. While millions of individual users and a staggering 90% of enterprises worldwide continue to benefit from the ease of cloud storage, even big names like Microsoft, LinkedIn, Yahoo and Apple have become victims of cloud security breaches. Continue reading
Data leaks and ransomware infections are common threats nowadays, which you can avoid by using data encryption technologies. If no one can read your data, you do not need to be too afraid of its theft.
That is why it is becoming more popular to encrypt system drives. In this article, we are going to overview the BitLocker tool and a few of its alternatives. Continue reading
Encryption is everywhere: On your storage, on your network, over the internet, and in the cloud. Encryption is about protecting your data from those who might otherwise use it to cause harm. It protects you from those who bypass security to access data within your organization, illegal access from outside, and provides protection for compliance. Your live data is the lifeblood of your organization and your backups protect your live data by letting you restore misplaced, damaged, stolen, or incorrectly edited data with versions that keep the business running. Continue reading
CloudBerry Remote Assistant is a handy tool for establishing secure remote desktop connections between two computers. Naturally, the contents of the traffic interchanged may very well contain sensitive data that under no circumstances should be intercepted by malefactors. In this short post, we succinctly explain how to set up secure RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) connection with the help of CloudBerry Remote Assistant.
CloudBerry Remote Assistant is receiving yet another update. Release 1.3 brings one small but highly important feature — encrypted sessions. Read on to learn more about the new feature and how you can enable it to ensure secure data transfer.
CloudBerry Explorer 5.1 is a minor release that packs a number of highly-requested features focusing on expanded integration with Amazon's cloud storage services.
This week everybody is talking about the hacking of Dropbox, the popular online storage service that has over 200 million users and keeps anything from private photos to sensitive documents. Malefactors have stolen almost 70 million account details including email addresses and protected passwords.
This article refers to CloudBerry Box 1.4 and later.
We continue to enhance our new product - CloudBerry Box! Now you can not only synchronize your folders with your own storage account, but be sure that your data is compressed and encrypted. Read this post to learn how to use these new features.