A pre Covid-19 Microsoft commissioned Harvard Business Review research report looks at how the proliferation of corporate data may require global companies to alter their data security, privacy, risk, and compliance policies and it found that:by
As every information security professional knows, constant vigilance is required to ensure that enterprise information is adequately protected. The widespread adoption of cloud and hybrid infrastructures over the past decade have only amplified the requirement, and today’s demand for remote working at scale brings yet another set of challenges.
If you are working to keep your organization’s information safe under these dynamic conditions, it may be helpful to be familiar with the ways that the Enterprise File Fabric™ can be configured to provide and enforce strong protection of data through encryption, both in flight and at rest.by
With the continuing expansion of privacy regulations, the Enterprise File Fabric’s Content Discovery engine can play a huge role in identifying and classifying sensitive data that you may have within your organization’s unstructured data sources.
In a nutshell, our Content Discovery engine analyses the textual content of your unstructured data, such as office documents, videos, images and more, and identifies and tags / classifies documents that contain information that might be sensitive to an organization.by
First, we’ll see how Leonovus 3.0 software-defined object storage uses military grade tactics for securing highly distributed systems along with home-grown patented algorithms that virtualize and slice data across a network of on-premises, hybrid or multi-cloud storage nodes. Then we’ll look at how File Fabric™ from Storage Made Easy™ complements this secure storage infrastructure.by
Join Enrico Signoretti (Head of Product Strategy, OpenIO) and Steven Sweeting (Product Management Director, SME) to learn about Storage Made Easy File Fabric and OpenIO, the open source object store supporting both storage and compute environments from embedded devices to multi-petabyte datacenters.
See how OpenIO and Storage Made Easy work together to help your organization control costs and compliance providing next-generation storage services.
Files can be accessed anywhere, using any device, with full audit, security, reliability, and lower TCO.
This webinar is offered several times: 10AM CET and 11AM PT.
Can’t make it? Don’t let that stop you. All registrants can later access the webinar on demand, so be sure to register!
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.by
We have now added encryption to the platform. This enables you to encrypt your uploaded files using SHA-1 encryption. The way this works is:
Firstly, when you click on upload and you will see a new option to encrypt sensitive files
If you click the encrypt link you will see a screen where you enter a passphrase. This passphrase is used to encrypt the files and is needed to download and view the files. It’s very important you make a note of the passphrase as we do not store it on the server
When you download a file that has been encrypted you will be asked for this passphrase.
We have added this feature at the request of some of our users who handle client data that they want to ensure is secure.