SecureData’s hardware encrypted storage devices help remote workers keep their data secure.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) APRIL 14, 2020
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused many states and countries to issue shelter-in-place and Work From Home (WFH) orders to keep people at home to stop the spread of the virus. To help meet the ever-increasing demands for data security while working from home, SecureData is offering a spectrum of proven data protection solutions. These include award-winning, hardware-encrypted storage devices and portable software applications providing automatic anti-virus protection and automatic cloud backup for external portable data storage drives.
Analysts report that 4.7 million people work from home now (Flexjobs. Remote Workers. 2020) and expect that this trend will continue after the pandemic has passed. While analysts, workers, and companies report growth in productivity and job satisfaction, many organizations are concerned with making the WFH environment secure to protect private and corporate data from being exploited by hackers, which causes big problems – both in cost and public exposure.
Mike Vanoverbeke, Senior Product Specialist for SECUREDATA said, “Our hardware encrypted storage devices include anti-virus protection with DriveSecurity®. Additionally, we offer easy-to-use USBtoCloud® backup software to help people adapt to their new WFH settings by having their data backed up both on a secure external drive and in the cloud. We want data to be one thing remote workers don’t have to worry about.”
SECUREDATA’s SecureDrive and SecureUSB products are FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Validated hardware encrypted storage devices that are well-suited for personal and business use. They are OS/Host independent to work across any system a remote worker may be using from a desktop or laptop, to printers, scanners, or any other device with a USB port.
All of SecureData’s encrypted drives have features such as inactivity auto-lock and brute force anti-hacking technology, which clears the drive after 10 consecutive failed PIN entries. The KP models of the devices are unlocked by entering a PIN via the built-in keypad. The BT models are unlocked using secure wireless authentication via smartphone/mobile app (using biometric inputs on their phone or multilingual complex passwords). Additionally, BT devices come remote management ready with features like remote wipe, remote unlock, time- and geo-fencing to help IT Administrators to manage drive access anywhere and anytime around the globe.
For more information on SECUREDATA’s products and services, contact Mike Vanoverbeke at 1-800-388-1266 ext. 230
SECUREDATA, Inc. is a privately held company, headquartered in California, USA. SecureData offers a range of tailored high-level data protection capabilities through a set of services and products. These include hardware encrypted portable data storage devices, backup solutions, file repair software, data recovery, and digital forensics services to help clients achieve their security objectives. SecureData has a presence through its partners in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Asia and South America, and serves companies and organizations in regulated industries, such as government, financial services, military, law enforcement, legal, healthcare, and education.
ClevX is a Seattle based, information security technology company – Your Innovation Partner. It is focused on the Security/Mobility markets where ClevX pioneered its award-winning DATALOCK® KP/BT Secured USB drives (OS-agnostic, hardware encrypted, PIN- or Phone-activated, bootable) and easy to use portable software applications for secure drives for personal and business use. ClevX differentiates itself by creating solutions that are simple, clever, and elegant.
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