If you're looking for a good way to securely send large files, use MedSecureSend (MSS). Using MSS keeps your High, Moderate, or Low Risk Information secure while it is sent. You are encouraged to use MedSecureSend (MSS) when sending large files to individuals outside of Stanford. MSS is easy to use, and helps you avoid attachment size limits: with MedSecureSend you can send files or folders up to 100GB per transfer.
Read below to learn how to:
- Create your own account
- Invite a colleague to share files with you
- Delete your files from the server.
For more assistance using MSS, read the MedSecureSend FAQ, or contact IRT Information Security Services (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please Note: MSS "send" accounts expire after 30 days of inactivity.
If you have not logged in recently, if you no longer have a "Send" tab, or if you get no response from the "Forgot Password?" link, your MedSecureSend account has expired.
Simply create a new account, in order to refresh your sending privileges: From the login page (mss.stanford.edu), click on "I don't have an account yet" and follow the given instructions. You should use the same user name (your Stanford email), and can use your existing password, if you wish.