The recent news about the security flaws in Adobe’s software may not come as a big shock to some of you, but it should serve as a big reminder that you can never be too careful when it comes to protecting yourself online. Whether it’s someone trying to access your information remotely, or a missing or stolen laptop, you need to make sure you’re doing everything you can to protect yourself and your work – and we’re doing everything we can do to help you.

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With our SmartKey program, users are issued a USB device which is bound directly to a specific user. When logging into SmartFile, that user will need to pass a two-factor authentication before their login is successful. They will first need to enter a single-use password issued via the SmartKey technology, followed by their standard account login information. By using SmartKey, your SmartFile protected files have an extra layer of security which helps you keep the good things in and the bad things out.

To read more about our SmartKey program, click here

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I am the Director of Client Services at SmartFile. My job is to make sure customers are happy with the SmartFile Web App and continue to use it. I am also responsible for being awesome 100% of the time. So far my record is flawless.

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