Bdrive secures files in the cloud with fingerprints and fragmentation

Maximum privacy seems to be the goal for the new enterprise authentication and cloud storage services Bundesdruckerei is showing at Cebit this week.

The 250-year-old state printer has moved far beyond its origins as a printer of banknotes and, later, passports, offering all sorts of secure digital authentication services.

At the exhibition in Hanover, Germany, this week it’s showing Bdrive, a way for businesses to securely and reliably store important files in the cloud.

Unlike services such as Dropbox, Bdrive doesn’t store the files themselves, just metadata about them. The task of storing the files is left to other public cloud storage services.

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