If you’ve never heard of Boxcryptor, it’s software that automatically encrypts the data you are storing with cloud providers, like GDrive or Dropbox. It’s free for personal use, which allows you to encrypt the data for one cloud provider, but it is also available for sale for personal “Pro” versions and commercial use.
For example you could use it on a Google Drive account and it works pretty well. The Windows version of the software encrypted the data stored there, and the iOS version decrypts it and allows you to view the files. That’s about what I’d expect. I haven’t yet done more with it, or purchased the Pro version to see how it works with more, but if you have, let me know what you think of it.
They are offering a 20% discount to folks who are interested in making the purchase until Dec. 31, 2013 as part of reaching out to those of us who work in the legal industry, where we sure could use some encryption on data our users might just be storing in the cloud for easy access, despite what the IT policies might say. Just use the code boxcryptorlaw20