There are multiple cyber risks to take into consideration in order to secure your file's transfers.
The worst one of course is getting hacked or at the endpoints ( your device used for sending and receiving the docs ) or on its way (in transit).
We will present to you here the DigitalBank Vault Laws for dealing with classified document transfers.
First Law: Offline Encryption/Decryption Process. All encryptions and decryptions are done offline, you will go online only for sending or receiving the already encrypted file.
Second Law: The Encryption/Decryption Process is done on a separate, dedicated device that is always offline.
Third Law: The Transfer of encrypted files to and from the Offline device is done by SD card or USB you personally bought and keep secure.
You have then multiple options to transfer the encrypted files to the receiving party: by any communication tools you are using such as email services such as Gmail or Hotmail, messengers such as Telegram, Signal, Wire, and more. You can also use Facebook, Linkedin and other social media that allows you to
A more secure alternative if you prefer to use less obvious communication means is uploading the encrypted file to a cloud service such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and more, and give permission to the receiving party to access the encrypted file for downloading it.
An even more secure way is to post the file on some social media accounts, for example, you can open a Facebook account without getting connected to anyone...just with the person you want to communicate with, post the encrypted file, your friend gets the notification that you uploaded a new post, get the encrypted file, then you can just erase this "post".
For securing your sensitive files transfers, we recommend you to contact us today for a free and confidential consultation at email@example.com