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FileCloud administrators can turn on SSL to enable secure sharing. Simply get a new SSL certificate, configure the underlying Apache web server to use the certificate, and enable HTTPS protocol. We highly recommend disabling HTTP and/or automatically re-directing all HTTP requests to HTTPS
FileCloud supports storage-level encryption and provides an easily configurable tool to encrypt files at rest. FileCloud uses 256-bit AES encryption, one of the strictest encryption standards in the world. AES encryption is approved by the National Institute of Standards and Technology for federal use.
An Administrator can enable the Encryption Module, then log in to the Admin Portal, and in the Manage Settings window select the Storage, and then My Files tab. If the Admin clicks Manage, and then fills out the Manage Storage Encryption form, the Admin can click Enable Encryption. If storage encryption fails, for example, if a password is being used and MemCache crashes, then the files being encrypted will be deleted and that data will be lost.
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Security, privacy and data ownership is fundamental to FileCloud’s security architecture. FileCloud security starts with 256-bit AES SSL encryption at Rest, Active Directory integration, two-factor authentication, granular user and file sharing permissions, client application security policies, anti-virus scanning, unlimited file versioning, file locking, endpoint device protection and comprehensive HIPAA compliant audit trail. With FileCloud, you can be assured that your corporate data is well protected in your servers and employee devices.
FileCloud logs every operation that happens within the system and meets the specs of HIPAA compliant audit trail (What, When, Who and How)
2FA Adds an extra layer of protection to FileCloud user logins by combining the use of “something you know” (your login credentials and password) and “something you possess” (One Time Passcode) to access FileCloud.
Easily configure client application security policies at global or user level to prevent Data Leak. Ensure right people have the right access to company information all the time.