In today’s business environment, ensuring data security has become a priority. Recent surveys show that a corporation has a 26% likelihood of experiencing a major data breach within any given 24-month timeframe (Source : Ponemon Institute LLC, 2016).
SendSecure is a whole new way to exchange large and/or sensitive documents in complete security. E-mail isn’t secure, sending CDs, DVDs or USBs by mail isn’t secure, file sharing services like Dropbox and Google Drive® aren’t really secure, FTP transfer is complicated to use and not secure either. Only SendSecure provides an enterprise grade solution that combines ease-of-use and end-to-end security to solve your secure file transfer headaches.
XMediusSENDSECURE is a state-of-the-art collaborative file exchange platform. It is expressly designed to facilitate the exchange of sensitive files and has a number of critical security features. First, all files exchanged are systematically encrypted in both the upload and download processes. Receiving files doesn’t require a user account, but recipients are authenticated via one-time code received via a voice call, an SMS, or an email. Further, all exchanged files are automatically stored in a virtual SafeBox. The SafeBox is ephemeral, and all stored files are automatically purged from the SafeBox based on pre-defined retention policy. To track all file exchanges, once the SafeBox is closed, SendSecure automatically generates a signed audit record with a detailed account of the exchanges that occurred. Finally, SendSecure is inherently intuitive, and as easy to use as sending an email.
Medical professionals and institutions including doctors, nurses, administrators, clinics and hospitals can use SendSecure to:
Frequently, clients of financial institutions are limited to using the electronic communications systems that the financial institutions have available. These systems often require software downloads or account creation or worse yet, documents cannot always be returned using the same system.
Lawyers deal regularly with confidential client information and have an obligation to protect that information from being accidentally released or stolen. Common uses include: