FileCloud includes a number of configurable security features that offer a range of choices. Many of these have recommended settings for most setups or for common deployments.
When you set up FileCloud, go through the following security checklist to make sure you are using the recommended features and setting them to the optimal values for your system and users. Click the names of the topics for more detailed lists and links to help topics.
Use default authentication or directory services such as AD and LDAP to ensure that only authorized users can log in to FileCloud.
Set up user and admin permissions to control who can access which data.
Use encryption options for data in transit and at rest to protect its confidentiality and integrity.
Keep your infrastructure safe from unwanted access by using secure ports.
Fully employ FileCloud's governance features to make sure your data is safe and saved or deleted when it should be.
Ensure that users share files securely by setting up defaults such as share expiry dates, file change notifications, and download limits.
Deter attacks by using antivirus software, configuring secure cookie settings, and limiting file extensions uploaded.
Configure audit logs to keep track of system events.
Control user devices through remote client management, and use client application policies to set restrictions on actions.
Apply FileCloud upgrades and patches when they are made available to eliminate any gaps in security.