While I’ve written often about the importance of encrypting data, it’s always fun to revisit this topic:

Encrypting Evernote (and email) with Mailvelope:
My list of encryption tools:


If we rely on a simple lock/unlock scenario to protect confidential data, here’s what it might look like:


Lock/Unlock Your Files

  1. Start up the SSE File Encryption file on your Desktop
  2. Type in your secret password.
  3. Drop the files you want to encrypt or decrypt your files into the SSE box.
These approaches will only work on a desktop or laptop computer, not an iPad or iPhone. Android devices can get the SSE File Encryptor mobile app version.

The video tutorials are intended for use in a school district as a way of securing confidential information.

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