San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
Many of us have emails, documents or photos that we do not want shared with the entire world. These days, everyone is storing and sharing data in the cloud, be it Google Drive, Instagram or Dropbox. A big worry, however, is that others might get access to private data.
Syncdocs is a new app which automatically secures Google Drive files. Syncdocs securely encrypts files before uploading them to Google Drive. This means that no unencrypted data ever leaves the desktop. Files are securely encrypted, and only authorized people have the key.
The encryption process is transparent to the authorized user, making Syncdocs easy to use.
With Syncdocs, encrypted files can easily be shared with others who have permission, which can be revoked at any time. On-line storage can also be partitioned into secure, private and public sections, with different encryption settings on each. Encryption keys can be safely backed up throughout the enterprise, too.
Military-strength AES256 encryption securely protects files and folders on Google. This is an important criteria for showing due diligence in protecting corporate or customer data stored in the cloud. For healthcare professionals, the at-rest encryption provided by Syncdocs is an essential for HIPAA compliance for storing patient records.
"Since Google holds the keys to their encryption solution it does not provide true protection, as they still have full access to your data" says Frederick Lowe, CIO of Oxito Health Solutions, "With Syncdocs we own the keys. Our files are encrypted before they are sent to Google Drive."
Syncdocs also offers many other enhancements to Google Drive, chiefly:
Those wanting more on-line security, or simply wishing to improve Google Drive, can grab a free copy of Syncdocs from http://syncdocs.com