When using file manager apps from the Apple App Store user privacy and security is a major concern.
EnterpriseFiles goes above and beyond the control that an Enterprise Mobility Management system provides, to provide you with fine-grained control over how your iPad can be used and the data it stores, and how it secures access to your data.
Apple now require developers to declare what information their app collects, and display this on the App Store.
EnterpriseFiles does not collect any information unlike other file managers. See here.
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
Local files (including temporary caches) may be silently encrypted using iOS data encryption service, which is part of Apple's FIPS 140-2 certified hardware security services built-in to iOS. EnterpriseFiles itself doesn't encrypt any data at rest.
Temporary files are encrypted and purged periodically. They can also be purged by the user to reclaim space.
EnterpriseFiles can optionally store credentials. It can also be prevented from storing passwords, which may be a requirement of your security policy. When storing passwords, EnterpriseFiles stores them securely in the iOS Keychain, which is protected by iOS.
FaceID or TouchID can be enabled for rapid authentication, and for additional security. Switching off Face ID automatically clears the associated password.
EnterpriseFiles supports a startup password which is required when the app is launched. This password can also be TouchID or FaceID enabled.