Secure data transfer app for Salesforce

Secure File Transport, powered by BotDoc, is an application that automates the business workflow by securely transferring documents with sensitive information inside Salesforce. Cloud Maven, Inc., a certified Salesforce ISV Partner and the 2021 Salesforce Partner Innovation Award winner, have developed this solution. Sending files is becoming more common. Unfortunately, as cybercrime has expanded, so has the necessity for safe file sharing. This is especially true in the visa consultancy profession. Clients frequently need to transmit sensitive information such as passports, birth certificates and other documents. But it increases the danger of unauthorized parties intercepting and reading the data. Visa consultancy firms can use a file encryption tool while transmission to avoid this.

Secure data transfer

However, many are hesitant to choose the ideal app that will allow them to send multiple files at once, organize them in order, and save them safely in the cloud. Secure File Transport, a Salesforce-native file transfer tool, saves the day by preventing such issues! It complies with HIPAA, PCI DSS, and Privacy Shield, among other regulations, to assist the agency in protecting sensitive data. The system maintains the highest level of encryption while in transit or at rest by allowing TLS and AES 256-bit encryption. It saves all files within Salesforce’s secure environment, ensuring 24x7 access to the data. This automated safe file transfer app reduces human intervention while increasing productivity and efficiency by not requiring login credentials or pins to access files. The user can quickly track number of files transmitted and received thanks to a simple and readable dashboard. The user can request any file, regardless of format or size, and track its progress in real-time. On Salesforce AppExchange, you can try this app for free for 30 days. Please get in touch with if you have any further questions. Follow Cloud Maven, Inc. on LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube to stay updated on our new solutions.



Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store