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Sookasa Debuts Compliant Cloud Document Sharing
Sookasa Debuts Compliant Cloud Document Sharing

 
June 25, 2014 8:43AM
Sookasa Introduces Industry’s First Compliant Cloud Document Sharing through any Email Application with no Receiver Setup Required -- Sookasa Launches Industry’s First Solution for Sharing Files Encrypted on Public Cloud Services Using Secure File Links; Adds Support for Dropbox Encryption on Android Devices for BYOD Initiatives
 



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“Following our launch and rapid traction earlier this year, many of our customers wanted to extend the high level of security they experienced with Sookasa on Dropbox to documents sent over email,” said Asaf Cidon, Sookasa CEO and co-founder. “We have responded to customer demand and launched our Secure Link Sharing, which enables any organization to securely share sensitive documents over an email client of their choice, without requiring the other side to sign up or install to any additional service. Today’s launch solidifies Sookasa as a transparent layer of content security for mobile collaboration, allowing companies to safely adopt the best-of-breed file sharing and email solutions of their choice.”

Availability and Pricing

The updated Sookasa Cloud Compliance Service is available today directly from Sookasa at www.sookasa.com. Sookasa’s compliance package is offered at $10 per month per person or $100 per year per person, including a free 30-day trial. Volume discounts apply. Sookasa also offers a free personal security plan that provides encryption without centralized administration and compliance.

About Sookasa

Sookasa is the industry’s first Compliance as a Service™ that transparently protects files across popular cloud services and mobile devices. Sookasa enables professionals to use their favorite cloud services, such as Dropbox and Gmail, and mobile devices, while transparently encrypting sensitive data and addressing regulations such as HIPAA and FERPA. The company is led by a team of academics, serial entrepreneurs and seasoned security veterans. Headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., Sookasa is backed by Accel Partners. For more information about Sookasa and its solutions, call (888) 675-4998 or visit http://www.sookasa.com.

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