Credeon Blog

Cloud storage is quickly becoming one of the most essential tools around us today for organizing and storing files. However, the utility and convenience of the cloud can also bring security risks, like hackers and government intrusion. I don’t think we’ve forgotten about the celebrity photo leak. Fortunately, Hitachi Solutions America, Ltd. (HSAL) is working hard on making sure that your personal and business files stay private. With Credeon Cloud Data Protection, HSAL has added military-grade security to the Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)! Amazon S3 provides IT professionals a safe and highly-scalable storage platform. Coupled with Credeon, Amazon S3 now provides a content platform that offers a seamless interface to store files in the safest environment available to consumers.

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Chances are your cloud storage provider is not FIPS 140-2 validated. Meaning that your Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Box and Dropbox files are not protected at the highest level available to the general public.

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TitanFile Announces Extended Partnership with Hitachi Solutions America to Bring First-of-its-Kind Advanced Credeon Browser Technology into Secure Correspondence and File Sharing Platform

Company to showcase new integration that leverages the latest technological advances in browser technology, requiring no download or install by the user, at ABA TECHSHOW 2015

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Truth be told, your Google Drive is not 100% secure, especially if you’re sharing files with colleagues. If you don’t hack-proof your Google Drive business data you can be exposing it to the masses through open-doors and software bugs. If you’re sharing files with coworkers by sharing links, you should stop now! It’s as if you’re leaving your files on a busy park bench with a neon yellow flag waving beside it.

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