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The product that clients of Mossack Fonseca wish they had used

Mossak Fonseca “has now become a poster child for the shortcomings of widely relied upon security solutions,” wrote Seclore chief executive Vishal Gupta, in an email to SCMagazine.com. “Unless data-centric security solutions capable of persistently controlling use of documents are in place, there is very little likelihood Mossak Fonseca, or any data breach victim, can remediate the damage done from this incident.”

Source: SCMagazine.com


The Panama Papers leak is the largest data hack and information leak in history.

According to Wikipedia, the leak has resulted in the release of 11.5 million confidential documents. These files provide detailed information about legal and financial dealings of more than 214,000 offshore companies listed by Mossack Fonseca, a Panamanian law firm and corporate service provider. The scale of the breach and the contents of the secret documents has implicated high profile individuals and corporations in the use of complex company structures to avoid taxes, launder money and circumvent financial sanctions.

On 6 April 2016 Ramon Fonseca, a partner at Mossak Fonseca, stated that the leak was not the outcome of an ‘internal job’ but was the result of a hack traced to servers located abroad.

In late March/ early April the company reportedly sent an email to its clients saying the security of its files had been compromised after “an unauthorised breach of our email server”.

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Why you need CloudFileSync

Why your company needs CloudFileSync

Cloud storage and file sharing apps allow your staff to access, sync and share large files with people at work, as well as with clients and external suppliers from anywhere and on any device. Using these services can boost the productivity of your staff, especially when they are traveling or working away from the office.

But, if your employees are using unsanctioned, third party file storage and sharing services, your business could be exposed to data security risks, loss of data ownership and potential breaches of privacy and other legal obligations or industry standards.

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