Ask a group of office workers how they would send a file securely from one person to another (with the recipient being able to easily receive and view the file), and the likelihood is that they will not know how to accomplish that task. With current federal and state mandated compliance regulations, and additional concerns about protecting personal privacy, it is becoming increasingly important to send information, data, and files securely. It is not uncommon practice today for many companies to send confidential or sensitive information, files, and data across a medium that is insecure – namely email, FTP, and the Web – technologies that were not designed to address security or robust reporting requirements. Worse still, even with the proper technology and tools in place, complexity and lack of proper training can render those tools useless. Businesses and consumers alike realize the need to adopt and embrace easily understandable and usable technologies that minimize the threat of accidental exposure of sensitive information.