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Can the Internet of Things Be Secure?

  • 06-10-2014
  • Store Owner

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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Index: 200 million records stolen in Q1 breaches

  • 04-30-2014
  • Store Owner

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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Humana co. pays HHS $1.7 million after unencrypted laptop breach

  • 04-28-2014
  • Store Owner

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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Traveling With Portable Secure Storage

  • 04-12-2014
  • Electronic Design

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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Data breaches up 62 percent in 2013

  • 04-10-2014
  • SC Magazine

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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Aegis Padlock SSD - Protecting Client Files from Prying Eyes

  • 04-05-2014
  • Accounting Today

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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Apricorn Releases Touch and Secure Padlock SSD Drive

  • 03-07-2014
  • GeekBeatTV

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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Apricorn Unveils Super Tough,
Crush Resistant Encrypted SSD

  • 02-26-2014
  • Apricorn

FIPS 140-2 Validated USB 3.0 Solid State Drive Built for Extreme Conditions

Poway, Calif. Feb 26th, 2014 – Apricorn, (www.apricorn.com) a leading designer and manufacturer of secure mobile storage products, has expanded into the rapidly growing ruggedized space with its new, super tough encrypted USB 3.0 solid state drive. Constructed with military grade durability and FIPS 140-2 validated security, the Aegis Padlock SSD is designed specifically to meet the stringent and rigorous needs of Government, Military and Law Enforcement.

Boasting a crush resistant, aluminum enclosure rated to over 6500 lbs, the Aegis Padlock SSD is both water resistant and impervious to dust and grit, making this secure USB 3.0 solid state drive as tough as they come. With no moving parts, the drive is drop and vibration resistant, unaffected by high humidity and works in extreme temperatures.

Aegis Padlock SSD Named Finalist for Info Security Global Excellence Awards

  • 02-06-2014
  • Store Owner

These global awards recognize
security and IT vendors with
advanced, ground-breaking products.

Winners Announced Feb 24th

Health insurer loses hard drive, 41K members impacted

  • 02-03-2014
  • SC Magazine

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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