Posts with category: Security

Introducing Folderit eSign: Our Solution for E-Signatures

February 20, 2024
Jasper Hawthorne

Document management is evolving, as such Folderit has introduced a new on-platform solution that improves the way businesses and individuals handle document signatures. “Folderit eSign” is the latest addition to Folderit’s suite of document management tools, offering a quick, efficient, and secure method for electronic signatures (e-signatures). This innovative feature is designed to streamline the […]

Advanced Security in Document Management: A Guide to Folderit’s Security Features

November 24, 2023
Jasper Hawthorne

Understanding Document Security Needs Document security is a critical concern for organizations in our interconnected world. With Folderit, the approach to safeguarding sensitive information is both durable and intelligent. This system doesn't just lock away data; it weaves a complex tapestry of encryption, access controls, and compliance protocols to ensure that every file is protected […]

Document Category-Based Access Management in DMS

October 27, 2023
Talha Ahmed Gill

Harnessing the power of innovation, Folderit introduces a transformative approach to document category-based access management. Gone are the days of sifting through endless files and folders. With Folderit, precision meets simplicity, setting a new standard in document management. The Evolution of Tagging in Document Management Historically, tagging has been a simple yet effective method to […]

Document Management System with Okta Authentication and Identity Management

June 23, 2023

In the realm of document management, Folderit’s integration with Okta authentication is a game-changer. With this Folderit’s Document Management System (DMS) has taken a leap forward by collaborating with a leading identity and access management provider. This powerful combination has resulted in an EDMS with Okta Authentication and Identity Management, offering enhanced security and seamless […]

Benefits of Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

February 4, 2022

Historically, people have been using passwords and encryptions to keep their digital content safe. For every secure solution out there, news emerges of some kind of wide-scale data breach, and the internet feels less secure for it.

How to Share Files Online Securely

How to Share Files Online Securely

July 6, 2020
Mari Laatre,

One can share files online about a thousand different ways, social media, email, instant messaging, etc. How to share files online securely, however, is a different question. 

EV SSL Certificate Importance

What is EV SSL and Why Folderit Has It

December 16, 2019

Computer programming and networking tends to have a lot of long, difficult words, or sometimes simple words strung together to make long phrases. By shortening these important phrases, it makes it easier to note their existence or absence.  By learning these terms, you can become one of the people “in the know” and you will […]

General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR: Challenges Companies Have to Solve before May 25, 2018 (and Staying in Compliance After)

April 15, 2018

The EU General Data Protection Regulation, passed in 2017, is set to go into full effect on May 25th, 2018. Among other considerations, the GDPR grants the right to be “forgotten” on the Internet. It goes much farther than that, however, in efforts to protect personal privacy and sensitive identifying information.

Crypto Ransomware - What is it

Crypto Ransomware: What’s That?

September 27, 2017

Thanks to crypto ransomware, criminals seem to be having an open season in a world driven by internet-based communication.

Secure Cloud Storage

Secure Cloud Storage

November 28, 2016

Secure encrypted cloud storage is of paramount importance if you plan to keep your files and documents online. But the same should apply to your local storage as well. Any form of storage that has breachable security, should be dismissed. 256-bit AES Encryption Security Sure, what is “breachable” must be defined first. Every security system can be breached […]