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Case Study examples of how present clients have been using nCrypted Cloud #CloudWF

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Companies are struggling with how to maintain control over corporate data particularly on mobile devices when end users are using sync and share providers. So the big question is how can companies manage productivity, have the assurance of security whilst not disrupting employee workflow?

nCrypted cloud is an enterprise secure collaboration application that seamlessly integrates with cloud storage services to allow for secure BYOD, Cloud and mobility practices in the workplace. nCrypted Cloud enables mobile collaborating with file sharing security.

Here are some examples of how we are being used in different sectors of the market:

  • nCrypted Cloud recently helped Logical Outcomes to handle their sensitive data issues with a mobile workforce based in several countries. The company I am referring to are obsessed with security and they often work with personal and confidential data. So they designed a data security policy that ensured proper management of personal and confidential information at every stage, from data collection to analysis to archiving. It wasn’t easy but they had a legal and ethical responsibility to get it right. nCrypted Cloud enabled this company to encrypt private files and share encrypted data in Dropbox. They did this by stating that all projects were to be assigned one of three levels of information security – standard, enhanced and obsessive. At the minimum all projects would have standard level of security. If any personal information was added then this information would then have to be encrypted. Read more.
  • A fortune 100 company has been using nCrypted cloud within the healthcare industry for secure collaboration purposes. This large organisation wanted to be able to share sensitive data outside the organisation with a full audit trail. They also did not have a good way to share files with their external vendors. They were just about to purchase 5000 USB devices for the purposes of collecting medical information securely but replaced this with nCrypted Cloud Infinite Mail which is an extension plug in for Outlook. This reduced their postage costs as well.
  • In the insurance sector, a global insurance company wanted their brokers to transfer large data volumes to clients and also wanted to give employees the ability to send files and data securely especially to developing countries and to clients outside the corporation. One of their biggest problems for the European helpdesk was that their staff were using personal cloud services such as Dropbox to share corporate documents. The staff wanted to be able access files from any device and at any time however there was no audit trail as to where the companies information was. nCrypted Cloud gave them the ability to monitor and control data via corporate policies on access levels and also give the user ability to give the required permissions for whom will see the data, how long for and whether they have download capability or not as well as watermarking.
  • Lastly a university researcher from Browns University was conducting a sensitive piece of research in South Africa but the IT department within the University had strict rules and stated any information that was regulated, restricted, confidential or personally identifiable must be stored on a system owned and managed by the University. Added to this, a lot of the staff in South Africa were not computer literate and only had basic computer skills. The researcher is a Dropbox user and thought Dropbox is simple and easy to use and wouldn’t be too difficult to learn. Added to that, using Dropbox to store data on a device as well as in the cloud, which is important when collecting data in the field where Internet connectivity may be non-existent, and synchronized that data seamlessly with the cloud when an Internet connection was available. Dropbox’s simplicity contrasted with the solution offered by the university’s IT department. The researchers’ project had a number of folders and files which included large video, audio and word files, with their main concern for all involved was how to keep the data secure on the device in case they got stolen!  nCrypted Cloud was the solution because it encrypts data at rest and in transit, preserves the ease-of-use of DropBox and gives  project managers and network administrators, control over users and shared files. The data is also encrypted at the endpoints in a system, where an nCrypted Cloud client application resides. When a file needs to be used at an endpoint, the client decrypts the data for application use. So not only is the data encrypted but should a device be lost, access to data on that device can be removed. Read more.

nCrypted Cloud has a patented key management system which is deployed to protect data encrypted by nCrypted Cloud. For example, keys for unlocking an organisations data aren’t stored on nCrypted Cloud’s servers where they could be obtained by a third-party. The corporate private keys remain with the organisation and only the organisation public keys remain with nCrypted Cloud. For more information click here.

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