Whoops! Mistakes in Email and Document Transfers

Posted by Mark Dineen on October 20th, 2011

Something like this has probably happened to you.  Jack from Accounting, emails you a message, a request or a question, along with a long list of other recipients throughout the office.  Jack’s a good guy, a friend even, you are always quick to reply to his request and eagerly hit the reply button.  You jot […]

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Why Email is Not a Good Solution for Secure File Transfer

Posted by Mark Dineen on October 20th, 2011

The modern business world is not unlike the past, but with different challenges and barriers to overcome.  Prior to the advent of the digital world, communication and information exchange in the business realm took place via traditional communication methods: mostly telephone, postal delivery (mail), or courier services.  These methods were generally time consuming and inefficient […]

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Learning from Our Mistakes – Lessons in Data Loss

Posted by Mark Dineen on October 20th, 2011

Since it was released last year that hundreds of thousands of highly confidential military and government documents were leaked to whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, the White House has been under intense pressure to improve information security throughout all US federal departments.  Most notable of these breaches occurred last year when US army soldier Bradley Manning copied […]

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Costs & Risks – The Sony Security Breach

Posted by Mark Dineen on October 20th, 2011

As more and more organizations rely on the abilities of the internet to transfer, share and store large amounts of data, the risks associated with doing so continue to grow.  Internet security breaches can be expensive for organizations, both from a financial perspective and a PR perspective. Take Sony. This past spring the electronics manufacturer was […]

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A Letter to TitanFile

Posted by Mark Dineen on October 20th, 2011

TitanFile does more than provide a safe and secure method of document transfer, it also provides authenticity to the email you send and accountability to the ones you receive. We recently received the following letter from a non-client asking for help as they suspected that several emails being used against them in court had been tampered […]

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