See how lawyers in New Mexico can use DropSecure to make succession plans with military grad encryption for document security.

“Customer Service Was Excellent; DropSecure Looks Very Useful”

What do you like best?
The customer Service Representative was very responsive in showing me exactly how to use DropSecure for my law practice needs. He answered my questions and then walked me through how to use DropSecure and its specific components.

What do you dislike?
It would be helpful if one could upload folders in DropSecure.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
In New Mexico, all licensed attorneys will be required to have succession plans and one particular requirement is that a subsequent (“Assisting Attorney”) must have access to current client documents and Trust and business documents. DropSecure should be able to meet these needs.

Charles G

Owner, Solo Law Practice

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Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act SOC for Service Organizations Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard General Data Protection Regulation

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With DropSecure, the keys to unlock your data are never shared with anyone you didn't intend to share with, including us. That means you get real privacy behind our military-grade encryption and file transfer technology. Discover the most secure way to share your documents.

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