Storage Made Easy recommends all traffic to be secured with encryption. This post will help new customers obtain a trusted certificate from the Let’s Encrypt Certificate Authority utilizing Certbot.by
As Amazon S3 has become more widely used the thorny issue of sharing files has become more of an issue. Sharing files on S3 can be complex and can involve public buckets, IAM Policies and temp URL’s. This complexity has often lead to companies setting buckets to public to enable access which in turn has led to its own issues in terms of breaches or unauthorised access.Continue reading “How To Easily Create Private Password Protected Amazon S3 Links And Folders”by
Welcome to Part 2 of our File Fabric integration with Vault by HashiCorp blog. In part 1, we discussed the benefits of integrating your Storage Made Easy appliance with your Vault instance as well as a walk through of setting up the integration between vault and File Fabric. In this follow-up blog we will look at some use cases and also demonstrate how to setup your Vault instance ready for integration with your Enterprise File Fabric.
The primary purpose of the File Fabric encryption feature is to protect a users/companies files on local and remote storage resources, such as Object Storage, Dropbox, Google Drive etc, and to achieve this in an easy and seamless manner.
When files are encrypted in by the File Fabric, users cannot access or share them directly from the storage service. The files need to be accessed through the File Fabric web or app clients because the key to decrypt the data is stored, encrypted, on the File Fabric server instance.
Hi! My name is Karol and I’m SME’s Linux Systems Engineer.
Today I would like to talk a bit about one of my personal favourite features of the SME solution – Encryption.