Wichita, KS, March 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- SendThisFile® today announces full compliance with Massachusett privacy law. The state of Massachusetts recently enacted laws seeking to protect consumers from identity theft and fraud by placing liability on companies for security breaches and consumer information leaks.
"Early on we recognized that by complying with strict Massachusetts laws we would serve all of our customers who send large files online as well," said John Stephens, SendThisFile VP of Operations.
The Massachusetts General Law Chapter 93H and it's related regulations require a regularly audited plan to protect personal information of their residents, increased company liability, limited data collection, and a focus on routinely monitored security practices.
"We not only comply with the law, but even go beyond their recommendations, elevating our security to our internal high standards that we set for all of our customers," said Stephens. "SendThisFile also complies with HIPAA, SAS 70 Type II, SSAE16, PCI DSS, and FIPS 140-2. Our customers can send large files online in a very secure environment."
Since 2003 SendThisFile, Inc. has been an industry leader in providing managed file transfers to its clients. Its service provides an uncomplicated and secure way for computer users to send large files that are too big for typical email servers. With over 1.6 million users served and more than 63 million files transferred and customers in over 160 countries, SendThisFile is a proven and reliable partner for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and individual users.
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