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5 Must-Haves for Online Personal Information Storage

In the modern era of data storage and security, users are faced with the unique challenge of being accountable for all online action and inaction. Cyber-crime and data breaches are becoming increasingly common, and with it, security practices and applications.

Cartika’s 5 Must-Haves for Online Personal Information

  1. Secure Email

With so many of us using email for our daily communications, it can be easy to forget about web security when hitting the ‘send’ button for tenth, twentieth, or one hundredth time. When choosing an email service to protect your personal information, it’s wise to look for features such as authentication, antivirus utilities, and inbound/outbound mail filters. Cartika offers a range of cloud-based email services that help you to keep your communications secure.

  1. Encryption

A strong encryption tool, such as SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is crucial for websites that contain important data. If you’re not encrypting online data, you’re essentially handing your most sensitive information to cyber-criminals. Tools like SSL work by encrypting data between two points - for instance, between your website and user’s computer. A site with SSL will be more trustworthy to user’s in the know, improve search engine rankings, and of course, raise overall data security. Take a look at the different SSL tools that Cartika has to offer.

  1. Endpoint Security

When storing sensitive data, it’s crucial to have endpoint security to monitor its status in real time. Endpoint security helps you to identify, diagnose, and minimize the impact of data issues before you even realize that they’re happening. In the modern era of data storage, breaches can happen in an instant, and just like that, the security of your information is compromised. It’s simply not enough anymore for a handful of IT professionals to keep an eye on your situation. Make the right choice for the future of your online personal data storage with proactively managed endpoint security.

  1. Personal Security

As we all know, online data security doesn’t end with the workday. We have a responsibility to keep our data safe, whether you’re at home or at your desk. This is why it’s important to form smart habits in your day-to-day web use. For many users, the passwords used for their emails or cloud storage platforms, are the weak point of their web security. Consider using online tools to strengthen your existing passphrases, or applications that allow you to manage a larger group of passwords under one master passphrase. Using these personal data security practices in tandem with online encryption and secure email will greatly decrease your chances of being the victim of a cyber-attack.

  1. Trustworthy Cloud Storage

Cloud storage has revolutionized the way that personal data is stored, secured, and shared. Whether you’re storing your own personal data, or you’re responsible for the information of others, it’s paramount that you choose a proactive, compliant, and trustworthy cloud storage provider. You should have full confidence that the company you choose to host your data with has your security and comfort in mind at all times.

If you’re a small to medium-sized business, you may not be able to get this kind of care and attention from larger data-hosting providers. That’s why Cartika’s personalized web storage platforms are the best on the market for those looking for end-to-end data storage and management. Cartika’s proactive management solution means that issues are resolved before they have the chance to disrupt your day-to-day operations. The support team is always available, and is fully dedicated to your satisfaction with Cartika’s storage and security. For compliance and communication on the cloud, look no further than Cartika.