Anyone who is a little worried about the privacy of their data whilst being stored on any of the currently available cloud services from the likes of Google, Dropbox, Microsoft, Box and more. May be interested in a new piece of cloud encryption hardware which has been created by the SMiD Cloud Security company based in Madrid, Spain to automatically encrypts your cloud.
The small pocket sized router has been designed to provide a plug and play system that will automatically encrypt your cloud-bound data, ensuring it remains 100 percent secure from prying eyes.
Watch the video below to learn more about the SMiD and how it can help create your online cloud storage provide a fully secured place where you can upload documents with confidence knowing that no one else will be able to access them if the provider is breached or your account hacked.
SMiD has been designed to be an extremely user friendly solution that complies with the strictest international data protection and privacy laws, because we believe that everyone –not just big companies- should have the ability to use cloud storage with total privacy and security. Every single one of us.
SMiD supports the most popular cloud storage service providers, and adding more all the time. No one will ever see what you store in the cloud. You are the only one who holds your SMiD’s startup key- the physical key needed to activate your SMiD. It’s a completely useless device in anyone else’s hands.
SMiD is an easy-to-use hardware device that ensures automatic security of your data. It’s a much better option than other sotware-based encryption solutions, which are vulnerable to ransomware. SMiD keeps your system secure at all times. It reduces the attack surface, generates and manages unguessable encryption keys, and is ransomware resistant.
For more information on the new SMiD cloud encryption device jump over to the Indiegogo website for details and to make a pledge from €269.
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