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Secure file transfers are becoming more important
Important information that can affect businesses and organizations resides in files. All kinds of organizations exchange files both in-house and externally with a vast range of organizations. While transferring files, malicious alterations and file theft can happen. It is the reality that many organizations are not even aware that files are being stolen.

Organizations face difficulties when estimating the scale of damage caused by security breaches. Although they can identify a leak, assessing the significance of files, which may include sensitive information from financial institutions or businesses, can be challenging for an organization. Security experts recognize and emphasize the impact this can have on businesses, thus reinforcing the importance of secure file transfers.

Today, investment in security systems for organizations is at an all-time high. To ensure the best security, companies are pouring both money and manpower into security solutions. However, during this process, the security of file transfers has not kept pace with other security measures. This creates a potential security threat to companies daily.
Evolving purposes and methods of security threats
Recently, there has been a definite change in the security threats targeting organizations. In the past, threats such as DDoS directly affected service operations. However, recently, there is only evidence of files being stolen, but the threats do not directly affect the service operation. These threats have raised many questions: 1) Why did they target the service? 2) What is their purpose, for political or commercial reasons? 3) What is the country of origin?

We know for sure that former attacks led by black hat hackers crippled only the service operations. These individuals continuously collect important information and organize with groups who have malicious intentions towards organizations and bureaucracies. We do not know when they will use the information and what their purpose is. Hence, many organizations are concerned about the potential secondary damages.
Relatively weak file transfers
All different kinds of security solutions have already been introduced and used to protect against 1) Direct attacks 2) Detect and treat malignant codes and viruses 3) Protect documents and databases, etc. Except for the file transfer area, IT security has been continuously strengthened. Thus, more security threats are present because the file transfer area can be exploited more easily than other IT areas.
Transferring business files over wireless networks
Many people use laptops and wireless networks to work; however, in-house security can never fully protect file transfers. Although wireless networks have security issues when executing file transfers, wired networks also experience the same threats. Additionally, if companies exchange files daily, they definitely need file transfer security solutions.
Increasing security threat situations
Security attacks have grown more sophisticated over time. Year by year, the number and scale of attacks have been increasing. Attack methods are also more intelligent with the improvement of security solutions. Recently, due to organized domestic attacks, as well as attacks from emerging countries, the overall threat situations have been rapidly increasing.
Key features of secure file transfers
Exacoola provides secure features for specialized file transfers as stated below.

- Advanced multiple en/decryption algorithms

- Making secure channels while transferring

- Safest file transfers in any device OSes

- No impact on existing security policies

- High-speed large-sized file en/decryption

- Integrated with the advanced transfer features

- Triple-layered encryption for metadata

Advanced encryptions for all files
Before starting to transfer files, Exacoola applies advanced encryption algorithms to all files. The encryption ensures that intact files are maintained from the devices to the other devices. Exacoola protects all file transfer processes and also prevents server leakage, enabling all processes to be perfectly protected.
High-speed encryption and decryption for large files
Unlike small data, for large-sized files to be en/decrypted, it takes a considerable amount of time. As a result, engineers' waiting time will depend on the size of the file. When the waiting time increases, business efficiency decreases. To resolve this problem, Exacoola features high-speed en/decryption that is up to 20 times faster than existing methods. Although the speed is faster, the triple-layered encryption protects all files and is much more secure than any other methods.
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