Dropbox security features
First of all your data is safe, and it provides a secure file storage for your confidential information. We encrypt the files that you store on Dropbox using the AES-256 Standard, the same standard used by banks to secure customer data.
Dropbox uses secure sockets Layer (SSL) for data transfer, which establishes a secure tunnel protected by AES 256-bit encryption.
You can apply additional encryption with third-party applications before placing files in Dropbox, giving you added control over the security of your organization's data.
The Amazon S3 service used to store Dropbox data is designed to achieved "nine 9s" of durability, with data automatically replicated in multiple data centers.
Dropbox works with third-party security specialists to test and improve our security protocols and controls.
Another great feature of Dropbox is the fact that you can set a passcode on mobile devices with the option to auto-wipe after repeated login attempts.
So now you can see that Dropbox will provide a great service to yo