We are excited to share that we are set to begin a new chapter with Dropbox, Inc. Dropbox is acquiring our IP technology to embed natively into the Dropbox product, bringing end-to-end, zero-knowledge encryption to millions of business customers around the world. Check out our blog to find out more!

Boxcryptor Blog

Security – Cloud – Updates

Tutto su privacy e protezione dei dati

Proteggere i dati è la nostra preoccupazione principale e la missione della nostra azienda. Qui, vogliamo condividere gli aggiornamenti e le nostre conoscenze su tale argomento, nonché suggerimenti e informazioni sul nuovo GDPR.

Boxcryptor Filename Encryption Open Source

Our encoding for encrypted filenames is now open source

Have you ever wondered why encrypted filenames consist of Asian characters? When we were working on the next evolution of our filename encryption for Boxcryptor, we had to solve a problem nobody would expect to exist today.

European General Data Protection Regulation

EU General Data Protection Regulation – 2 year period of adjustment starts now

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation was passed two months ago and came into force yesterday. On the 25th of May 2018 all changes in data protection have to be implemented in companies that deal with data of European citizens.

Boxcryptor IT Security Blog

Safe Harbor? Currently under Construction

Since yesterday the term safe harbor gained new relevance. The agreement from over 15 years ago made it possible to store personal data on American servers, although it is actually prohibited under the EU data protection directive.

Zero Knowledge Encryption

Zero Knowledge Cloud: How to Keep Your Data Safe and Private

There have been many incidents in the past that show how important cloud security is. We explain what zero knowledge actually means and why you should rely on this encryption standard when using cloud storage.

Amazon Web Services AWS and Encryption

Amazon Web Services and Data Security - Why this Tech-giant Recommends Encryption

Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, recently recommended encryption. It turns out that encrypted data is not only a minimized risk for the owner of the data, but also for the cloud provider that stores it.

European General Data Protection Regulation

EU General Data Protection Regulation – How will the new customer protection laws affect companies?

On the 14th of April the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been passed. Companies will have two years to change their data protection accordingly. The regulation also affects international businesses who deal with data of European citizens.