CloudFish Announces the Availability of its Documents and Files Security  Solution for Free During Covid-19 Pandemic

Hackers and cyber-atatckers often exploit the chaotic situations. During the Covid-19 pandemic we have seen a significant increase in the number of cyber-atatcks happening around the world. As “home office” becomes the new standard for many of us, the data we create, view and share everyday, increases our vulnerability to cyber-attacks. There is a need to maintain a careful approach and brush up on security standard.  

Alpharetta, Georgia,  June 5th. 2020 – CloudFish, an Alpharetta, Georgia based startup affiliated with Georgia Institute of technology’s Advanced technology Development Center (ATDC) announces that for the next three months, it is offering its documents and files protection suite free of cost to individual users, educational institutions, non-profit organizations and small businesses with less than 100 employees.

CloudFish provides an easy-to-use files security solution that leverages the industry-standard and open-source AES 256-bit encryption technology to secure the documents and files stored on local computers, smart phones, Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and Microsoft OneDrive. The suite also provides a quick backup and recovery solution that uses Google Cloud as its back-end to let users recover their documents easily even if they loose them as a result of a ransomware or cyber-atatck.

“During this period of uncertainly brought on by the COVID-19, the impact on businesses, families, and communities is staggering. We are in this together and want to play our role in helping out during this difficult time” said Faisal Faruqi, the CEO and Chief Architect of CloudFish. “Hacking attacks from across the world are increasing. With our unique AI-based technology we want to provide a befitting response to the cyber-attackers who are trying to exploit the situation” 

About CloudFish: CloudFish is an Alpharetta based cybersecurity startup focusing on building the next generation of security infrastructure products for cloud. The company is based in Alpharetta, Georgia and is affiliated with Georgia Institute of Technology’s Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC). . For more information, please visit www.cloud-fish.com.

To sign up for free please visit free.mycloud-fish.com