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Are you looking for a simple and secure application to encrypt your sensitive files and folders? We recommend that you store all your files continuously encrypted in one place: SimpleumSafe.
Whether it's a summer vacation or a weekend break, remember to keep your mobile devices up to date. We've put together some useful tips for you to help protect your equipment while you travel. Be vigilant and attentive even in the most beautiful time of the year. Many of the tips are also suitable for the daily use of mobile devices.
You don't need to keep every photo, music track and app on your iPhone/iPad in case of cases. We’ve put together some fast and easy tips to help you declutter your device.
Simpleum Media GmbH offers with SimpleumSafe for iOS an easy-to-use app for password-based encryption of private and professional data. Now you can take photos out of the app and safe them encrypted immediately.
The first question is: Do I really need it? Do I actually have to keep every file, every link, every (obsolete) program, in case of cases? The answer is no. We've put together some useful tips to help you with the first steps.
Split View on Mac? Screenshot or emoji picker? We have put together some tips for you to make daily work on your Mac easier.
Passwords deserve our special care and we would like to give you a few recommendations and tips on password and security. Some tips are a bit more elaborate beforehand, but in the long run you can get used to a course of action that does little work.
"ECSM is the EU’s annual advocacy campaign that takes place in October and aims to raise awareness of cyber security threats, promote cyber security among citizens and provide up to date security information, through education and sharing of good practices."
Simpleum Media GmbH has signed the Charter to strengthen trustworthy communication and thus supports the federal government in its goal of making Germany the encryption site No. 1.
The QuickLook function of macOS creates thumbnails in finder even with encrypted container systems such as TrueCrypt/VeraCrypt or encrypted Apple image files when you open and use the Finder to preview them. Incredibly, this vulnerability has already been documented in 2010 and Apple has not yet implemented a solution.