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Edit and share your personal information in confidence

The majority of us use files. Sharing files between devices, platforms and clients, from Word documents and emails, to PowerPoint and spreadsheets, is an important aspect of our daily lives. However, with an increasing number of cyberattacks appearing in the news, we are worried about how secure the files we share are.

File sharing is an excellent way to collaborate with others and share ideas. However it’s important to take into consideration how much access you’ll give to the people you collaborate with. Inadvertently allowing access for too long can allow hackers to access your information and compromise your privacy.

It is possible to keep your personal data secure by following few guidelines for sharing files. First, only give people the data they need. This will reduce the risk of more information falling into the wrong hands in the event of a leak or data breach. Second, you should use a device which prevents unauthorised editing files. For example, if you’re collaborating on an Excel spreadsheet, there are programs that allow you to lock the file while editing. This will prevent accidental or malicious changes and ensures that the numbers are accurate.

Online file transfer services can also pose risks to firms. The use of these kinds of systems can make your business vulnerable to a diverse range of possible attacks and it’s often difficult for administrators to determine the locations where files were sent or what access has been granted or even if they’ve been transferred at all.

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