October 25, 2016
Whatever it is that you decide to upload to the cloud, it is not unreasonable to expect that certain security protocols are being employed to keep your data safe and secure, but it seems that the level of our expectations are not always matched by the level of security being offered.
Most cloud storage providers do offer a degree of encryption as standard, but a resource that shows you how to encrypt your files before you entrust the data with a third-party, doesn’t seem like a bad move, when you consider what is potentially at stake.
If you want to learn more about some of the apps available to help you encrypt your files, such as Encrypto, Boxcryptor and Sookasa, plus others, it should be worth reading the guide.
To read Paul’s article, please click here.
Paul Bischoff is a tech writer covering IT-related subjects since 2012. A digital nomad who depends on the internet to make a living, he's always seeking out the best value and highest quality products and services on the web. He previously worked as the China editor at Tech in Asia and is a regular contributor at Mashable, as well as several blogs for internet startups around the world. You can find him on Twitter at @pabischoff.