File and Folder Encryption

Additional Layer of Security for Sensitive Files

File and Folder Encryption - extra data protection

MFG’s File and Folder Encryption (FFE) is a key component of our Managed Encryption data security software. MFG’s File and Folder Encryption enables users and administrators to encrypt specific files and folders on a device or on the network.

MFG will manage your policies, password rules and the manageability of files encryption across PC (Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2012 R2, Windows 10).

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Advantages of MFG's File and Folder Encryption

MFG’s File and Folder Encryption uses the same AES 256-bit encryption that’s used on the Full Disk Encryption solution. While the Full Disk Encryption solution encrypts the entire hard drive, File and Folder Encryption is adaptable.

Users can manually encrypt individual files and folders that they wish to protect on their system and this also offers an additional layer of security on top of MFG’s Full Disk Encryption.

Central Management

MFG will centrally manage File and Folder Encryption keys and provision them to authorised users. No training and no maintenance for the end user.

Enhanced Security

Files will remain encrypted, even if moved off an encrypted drive. Files stored on local area networks can also be encrypted with AES 256-bit encryption.

Ease of use

The end-user can control which specific files and folders need to be encrypted and ensure business security policies and regulatory policies are in compliance.

File security for your workplace

File and Folder Encryption is a optional and value added security extension of MFG’s Full Disk Encryption software that places all security-related management under one centralised console, including policies, password rules and the manageability of encryption.

Find out more about how MFG can enhance the integrity of your business or organisation’s security.

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