Protect Your Files Anywhere
Sookasa Folder in Dropbox
Sookasa creates a folder in your Dropbox. Any file you place in the Sookasa folder is automatically encrypted and protected. Dropbox synchronizes the Sookasa folder across all your devices.
Device Security and Compliance
Your files are always protected, even if one of your devices is lost or stolen. You can prevent access to any device with a click of a button.
Share Encrypted Files
Share encrypted folders and files natively with Dropbox or using Sookasa secure links. Sookasa restricts access only to people you authorize. Control access to your data in real-time even after the files have been shared.
Centrally Audit File Access
Sookasa audits every access to your encrypted files, even after they’ve been downloaded to devices or shared externally.
HIPAA and FERPA Compliance
Sookasa enables you to use Dropbox and remain HIPAA and FERPA compliant. Sookasa is compliant with all the required HIPAA safeguards and has undergone extensive third-party security and HIPAA audit. Sookasa signs Business Associate Agreements with covered entities.
Secure Link Sharing
Sookasa allows you to send secure links for encrypted files to recipients that do not have Sookasa installed. Accesses to Sookasa links are authenticated and audited.
Secure Offline Access
Sookasa’s patented technology allows you to restrict access to encrypted files even when the device is offline. You can set automatic log-off times on your devices, so that users will have to log in again before opening encrypted files.
Remote Device Blocking
Devices can be blocked from your Sookasa dashboard. Administrators can centrally block access to encrypted data across all the company’s devices.
File Browsing Across Accounts
Sookasa provides administrators with a centralized interface to browse and access all of the company’s encrypted files on Dropbox.
When an employee is separated from the business, administrators can use Sookasa to retain business files stored on the employee’s Dropbox account and revoke access to them.