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Confidential File Exchange for Legal Cases

With Secure Share, attorneys, paralegals, and clients can digitally share information with the confidence that it’s protected every step of the way — encrypted client-side upon upload, encrypted in transit, and encrypted at rest.

Can you share case information without losing control of it?

In legal advocacy cases, internal and external counsel, administrators, and the client need to be on the same page — and that requires the ability to securely share information with each other.

With Secure Share, you can collaborate and share information and keep it under your control


Confidentiality, Simplified.

With Secure Share, Virtru’s encrypted file-sharing platform, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how easy it can be to protect shared information.

Clients, attorneys, paralegals, and any other users simply upload the files they need to share, right within their web browser. Files are encrypted upon upload, and they can add additional protections such as an expiration date, assuring them that their data remains secure at all times.

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"Secure Share is the future of a data-centric approach. No matter where [data] moves, it is encrypted. This is the ideal.”

Scott Ellis
IT Systems Administrator, Michigan Poverty Law Network


Build Trust and Ensure Privacy

A breach of confidentiality can be damaging, both to your case and the client relationship — and there could be additional ramifications for any breach of compliance. Leverage tools that ensure privacy and confidentiality of any sensitive communications.

Meet Compliance Regulations

Secure Share's encryption safeguards private legal data both at rest and in motion, giving you confidence that it's secure at all times.

Want to Use Secure Share to Protect Clients' Confidential Information?