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Secure File Upload Form

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File Upload *

Click inside the dotted-lines box and then locate and select the desired file from your computer. You can also drag and drop the desired file into the dotted-lines box.

Tap inside the dotted-lines box. You will have the option to attach a file from files/photos on your device, or take a photo to upload.

The file you upload will show underneath the dotted line box.

Accepted formats: .pages, .doc, .docx, .pdf, .png, .jpg
Click or tap to start selecting a file
or simply drag & drop it here

Security Statement

Files are uploaded and downloaded between the end user and the storage tier directly over a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) encrypted segment using high grade encryption. TLS 1.2 is supported. These are the same encryption protocols and algorithms used by e-commerce services and online banking.

When a file is uploaded, it is encrypted before being copied to its permanent storage location. Downloaded files are decrypted before their contents are sent to your browser.

File encryption keys are not stored on the same server with the files themselves, ensuring that someone with physical access to cloud storage servers has no access to the files contained on their hard drives.

All uploaded files not pre-Internet encrypted, encrypted by the end user prior to upload, are scanned for known malware including viruses, Trojans, and worms. In the cloud, storage of your files is kept safe using AES 256-bit encryption.

All data centers containing account servers are SSAE 16 / SOC 2 certified, proving that they meet high standards for security. Physical access is tightly controlled, and double verification is required to proceed to any areas housing data. All servers are firewall protected and regularly updated to ensure that all of the latest security patches and updates are in place.

In case of disaster, multiple backup strategies are in place to protect against loss of data. Files are frequently backed up to a disaster recovery data center, and mirrored in real time to a secondary server location to ensure that service can be quickly resumed in the case of a disruption at the primary server location.