Borderless Security launches FilesDNA to protect electronic document sharing

Borderless Security launched FilesDNA, an e-signature solution that lends the integration of the company’s custom security protocols into a new offering for digital management of files and contracts being shared globally.

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FilesDNA leverages blockchain technology to create a safe, secure and convenient solution for signing paperwork, contracts and legally binding documents. Driven by AI and ML integration, FilesDNA provides a user-friendly process for ID verification of every signed user, to eliminate fraudulent activities via blockchain integrity. It also utilises a voice recognition system that captures the unique parameters of a user’s voice to provide an additional layer of security, to protect their identity and e-signature.

By including cyber security software, FilesDNA offers a number of extra levels of verification of signatories to empower users worldwide with full control over their documents and assurance against fraud, which is essential for cross-country business and securing operational channels.

Thanks to FilesDNA verifying every step of the document signing process from authorised business personnel and contractor IDs to buyers and sellers, it protects electronic documents that require both digital and electronic signatures, using the application of artificial intelligence. This technology helps prevent fraud, forgery and other criminal behaviour when sharing sensitive information and important documents.

Providing a secured and easy to use platform, FilesDNA is optimized for speed and convenience. Users can access documents from multiple devices, and sign them online and on the go. This easy to use electronic signature software was designed to help businesses and individuals work more effectively but most importantly helps create a secure digital world. At the same time, the company behind FilesDNA aims to reduce environmental impact as, by using E-Signature rather than paper for contracts, FilesDNA would save around 2 billion trees per year, currently being used for office paper production.

Mo Sahib, CEO of Borderless Security and FilesDNA, commented: “Using cloud-based technology, blockchain technology and cryptographic methods, our free…