End-to-end encryption for document sync (even with manual transfer of the password)
To use GoodNotes in a company environment and to process confidential data, encryption of all data transfers is a must-have.
Use a standard strong crypto implementation to encrypt all data send via internet to BackUp or sync servers.
For me it is OK to enter the (strong) password on each device every time or to store it locally on the device. But the data on the external servers should be fully encrypted.
The system should be well documented and certified by external IT security experts.
This would be great feature.
In my case I use OneDrive for automatic backup. For other applications I use Boxcryptor to increase security of files at the cloud folder.
Using Goodnote with Boxcryptor would be finde.
Since iCloud Drive is not end-to-end encrypted, I am assuming that any documents stored in GoodNotes are also not end-to-end encrypted.
I don't store anything sensitive or personal in GoodNotes for this reason. GoodNotes needs to offer 100% private document storage. Either GoodNotes adds end-to-end encryption somehow, or it supports storing its document database on more secure cloud services like Sync.com.
Perhaps GoodNotes could somehow work with Cryptomator?
Personally I wish I could just tell GoodNotes to store my documents on Sync.com. Sync.com is supported on macOS, iOS and iPadOS, so I imagine integration wouldn't be that difficult.
Deven Kalra commented
I lost my notes recently, but some how I had taken an encrypted zipped file of them in one of my hard drives. Only way I could restore them was through iClouds.
Can Apple's system read through our notes?
I only sync those notes via backup which our pdf versions of books