Conseal Security's first USB solution
The company said it confronted the growing threat of sensitive data being lost or stolen and it applies Conseal cloud-based protection to devices such as USB sticks, memory cards and external hard drives.
Key features included AES-256 encryption and the ability to remotely destroy sensitive data if the device falls into the wrong hands. It also had a cloud-based management console accessed on the move from the latest smartphones and web browsers.
“Storage security solutions for removable storage are not adequate or do not fit the way that users and organisations need to operate in order to remain efficient and productive," said Tom Colvin, chief technology officer of Conseal Security.
“Conseal USB allows sensitive data owners to maintain centralised control of removable storage devices without having to resort to draconian measures that are simply not practical.
"The combination of strong encryption with remote management and wiping means Conseal USB affords an extra level of security and protection in the event a device is lost or stolen.”
This article originally appeared at scmagazineuk.com
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Issue: 316 | July 2013
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