VeriFyle Adds Digital Signature Capabilities to its Secure Cloud Sharing Platform

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”” target=”_blank”gt;#SecureCloudSharinglt;/agt;–VeriFyle, a leader in secure messaging and file sharing, today announced
the addition of digital signatures to its secure cloud storage and
sharing platform. All VeriFyle Pro subscribers will be able to sign
documents and receive an unlimited number of signatures from their
invited guests as a part of their $9 per month subscription. This new
capability can be used in compliance with ESign, UETA as well as the IRS
guidance for electronic signatures for forms 8878 and 8879.

“Being able to collect signatures without having to leave the VeriFyle
system is a feature that will add a lot of value for our customers,”
said Jack Smith, CEO of VeriFyle. “When you combine this new ability
with our patented security technology, you have an extremely secure and
reliable way to execute all kinds of business transactions.”

Unlike many other cloud-storage and cloud-sharing apps, which use a
single master key for encrypting and decrypting their users’ data,
VeriFyle’s Cellucrypt® technology
uses password-derived keys on top of a public-key system to individually
encrypt each data object, adding several additional layers of protection
for their users. With the additional option to disable password reset,
VeriFyle becomes the most secure file-sharing app available, while
remaining extremely simple to use.

About VeriFyle

VeriFyle delivers ultra-secure messaging and document sharing, all from
a simple, intuitive patented user interface. VeriFyle was built from the
ground up to be the most secure document-sharing and messaging solution,
and to deliver improved productivity and control of information to its
users. VeriFyle’s industry-leading, patented encryption technology gives
users the highest level of security, protecting them from bulk-access
vulnerability through the unique encryption of each individual document
and message thread.


Julie Dearing
JABB Communications

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