Apricorn, Inc. added three sizes to their already expansive Aegis Secure Key 3.0 line, raising the total number of capacity options to seven (read article)


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While external threats present an ever-present risk for large and small enterprises, according to a newly released report, the actions of a company's own employees, suppliers and partners pose more of an immediate danger...read article

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USB flash drives are an efficient and popular way to move data between computers and backup important files. With capacities of 128 GB and beyond available on store shelves, immense amounts of data can be carried on a device smaller than one’s thumb. But if a USB drive is lost or ...read article

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Katy Independent School District (ISD) in Texas is notifying nearly 12,000 current and former employees that an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agent misplaced a portable flash drive containing their personal information while conducting a random audit under the direction of the IRS.

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Congratulations: You’ve decided your data is sensitive enough (or you’re paranoid enough) to store it on a secure USB drive. Basically encrypted storage on a stick, these portable flash drives...read full articlepc world logo


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Apricorn Aegis Secure Key 3.0

Left your tablet in the cab?
With enough time and the right
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digitalreviewslogoWe highly recommended that little critter for its security in such a tiny USB key package...this time around it sports USB 3.0, it's a bootable drive and Read Full Article

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On Friday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed the legislation which says that health insurance companies “shall not compile or maintain computerized records that include personal information...

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The security of data in the cloud is a top executive-level concern, according to the “Cloud Adoption, Practices and Priorities Survey Report,” which was released by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) on Friday...

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (BCBSNJ) began sending notification letters to more than 800,000 members on Dec. 6, alerting them that their personal information may have been compromised after two unencrypted...

 

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Nearly 34,000 patients who received X-ray services at California-based Redwood Regional Medical Group are being notified that their personal information was on a thumb drive that was stolen from an employee's locker.

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I hear you thinking: yeah, whatever that means!digitalreviewslogo
So let me explain it in layman's terms. This is easily
the most secure, the toughest, and the largest capacity
drive (up to 6 TB!) you can buy for a fairly reasonable
amount of money in 2014.


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The Internet of Things is upon us.
Whether it is secure is another matter.
Interest in securing networked
digital devices has been on the rise.
Yet it has become more important as
security-related technologies like
SSL have been breached.

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Nearly 200 million records—or 93,000 records per hour—were stolen between January and March of 2014, an increase of 233% over the same quarter last year

 

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A Humana subsidiary, Concentra, has shelled out $1.7 million to resolve potential violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) security rules.

 

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The nice thing about these drives is
that they work with anything because
the locking mechanism is built into the hardware.

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If 2011 was the “Year of the Data Breach,” then 2013 was the “Year of the Mega Data Breach,” after a 62 percent increase in the number of breaches logged

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Accountants have a duty to make
sure their clients' confidential financial files and tax forms are kept safe, and fortunately there are some good products on the market for doing just that.

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It may look like something out of a
spy film, but the Apricorn Padlock
is very real. It meets military standards
for toughness and meets FIPS 140-2 security.

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About 41,000 members of a Health Insurance Agency are being notified that their personal information may be at risk after a portable hard drive was reported missing.

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A laptop containing personal information – including Social Security numbers – on roughly 900 individuals at nursing homes in Washington state was stolen from the vehicle of a doctor.

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GSN awarded Apricorn's Aegis Padlock SSD Best Endpoint Security Solution in its Homeland Security Awards.

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Constantly updating technology coupled with the dynamic and evolving nature of data breaches may be stalling notification laws from becoming uniform across the United States.

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The theft of two laptops has led to a compromise of personal information, including Social Security numbers, for more than 700,000 patients of California-based AHMC hospitals.

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Hundreds of students at Denver's Eagleton Elementary, Castro Elementary and Munroe Elementary schools may be at risk after a thumb drive containing information on the pupils was stolen from a school nurse's car.

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The Apricorn Aegis [Portable 3.0 SSD] achieved screaming speed – on average I got about 306 MBps of write speeds.

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Ontarian regional municipality Peel admitted this week to losing the personal information of more than 18,000 people in a security breach.

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[The Aegis Padlock Fortress] is also a bona fide fortress, built from the ground up to be one of the most secure data storage devices in the world.

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A external hard drive containing personal medical information on thousands of patients was stolen by a former employee of the North Texas Comprehensive Spine and Pain Center in Sherman.

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More than 20,000 students across 36 schools in the Boston Public School (BPS) system had their data compromised when the district's ID card vendor Plastic Card Systems lost a flash drive containing the information.

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A Long Beach Memorial Medical Center employee may be responsible for a data breach that is said to have affected thousands of patients.

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The number one threat of data loss doesn't come from cyber criminals and hackers - but from businesses' own employees, according to newly released research.

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Apricorn’s Aegis Bio 3.0 pairs solid performance with enhanced security features to create a nice, all-around external hard drive.

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When properly implemented, as Apricorn has done with its Aegis Bio 1TB USB hard drive, biometric finger scanning is the quickest way to unlock secure storage.

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