→ Security Options in the Cloud

Another excellent instructional article from the guys at TechHive.

Not everyone wants to hold the keys to their own data, and would prefer a trusted provider takes that role on, partly because the loss of a password or key means absolutely no way to restore data or access files that are locked away. But if you’re interested in maintaining your own data’s security, you can leverage a cloud provider or software to be the lord or lady of your own domain.

I wish SpiderOak1, and their encryption of your data before it’s sent to the server, would get the same kind of ubiquity that Dropbox has. That would ease some of my security concerns.

  1. Affiliate links that increase my storage space when someone signs up from the link.