Media & Resources

“Free” Memory Sticks can be Expensive

  • 12-15-2017
  • Banking Exchange, Steve Cocheo

How clean is that device you are about to stick in your company computer? (read online article)

Secure mobile working: Turn the weakest link into the strongest asset

  • 12-14-2017
  • Government and Public Sector Journal, Jon Fielding

Without question, mobile and remote working offers huge business benefits, but it also exposes organisations to risks that can be... read full article

USB Encryption and Security Falls Well Short

  • 12-14-2017
  • InfoSecurity Magazine, Tara Seals

A full 87% of employees surveyed have lost a USB drive and failed to notify their company. A recent survey from Apricorn of more than 400 IT professionals from industries including... (read more)

Poor USB Security Leaves Enterprises at Risk

  • 12-14-2017
  • betanews, Ian Barker

Security polices for USB devices are frequently outdated and inadequate, and enterprises are often failing to (read online article)

How to Build a Stronger Culture of Security

  • 12-12-2017
  • SCMagazineUK, Jon Fielding

Organisations should create an environment where people feel comfortable discussing data security. If you can create a culture that ...(read more)

A Legal Goldmine – Lock up your Data

  • 10-05-2017
  • Jon Fielding

It’s not surprising that the legal sector represents a goldmine for hackers; it is a vital component of UK business and government infrastructure.(read full article)

IRS agent misplaces flash drive containing data on nearly 12,000 Katy ISD employees

  • 09-02-2015
  • Store Owner

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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Aegis Secure Key 3.0 - Another Upgrade from Apricorn. More Secure Than Fort Knox?

  • 03-30-2015
  • digital reviews

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

9 security gadgets for mobile devices

  • 03-30-2015
  • Computer World

Apricorn Aegis Secure Key 3.0

Left your tablet in the cab?
With enough time and the right
skills, someone could access that
data, even if it's password-protected... read full article

New Feature Spotlight:
Programmable Brute Force

  • 03-21-2015
  • Store Owner

What is Programmable Brute Force?
After a programmable number (up to 20) of incorrect PIN entry attempts, the Aegis Secure Key will conclude that it is under Brute Force Attack and will respond by performing a crypto-erase – deleting the encryption key which will render all of the key’s data useless.

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