"Protect my files."
Here that means more than one copy since the most common source of loss at the shop counter is a failed drive. I will lump all failures into this such as hardware and software.
Few protect their files against loss and placing the files into crypto-containers only makes recovery unlikely.
1. Encrypting containers make files less secure against loss.
2. Backups are today's best defense to keep our files secure and not get lost.
After that I see no reason to use anything more than:
A. The native encrypting file system on Mac OS or Windows.
B. Backups of the files to stop the usual losses.
Hi, I searched for a thread related to this topic but couldn’t find, so I thought I would start a new one.
This year I decided to quit my job and became a freelancer and work with marketing firms and legal departments. I understand that doing this type of job it’s crucial to maintain the highest level of security due to confidential documents and sensitive clients data.
Can anybody suggest me some of the best tolls to protect my files? I already searched a bit and found a few such as Boxcryptor, NordLocker and Tresorit. But at this moment NordLocker seems the most attractive. Any thoughts about it?
Thanks in advance.
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