Media & Resources

New Feature Spotlight:
Lock Override

  • 01-29-2015
  • Store Owner

What is Lock Override?
For security reasons all of our Aegis Secure Drives are designed to automatically lock when they sense a re-enumeration signal from the host.
For example, this default setting would prevent a secure drive that is plugged into a powered USB hub, from having the hub plugged into another host without the secure drive locking.

NJ law requires health insurance carriers to encrypt sensitive data

  • 01-13-2015
  • SC Magazine

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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Executives concerned about cloud security, report shows

  • 01-13-2015
  • SC Magazine

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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Two unencrypted N.J. health insurance laptops stolen, more than 800k impacted

  • 12-06-2014
  • SC Magazine

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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Stolen thumb drive contained five years of data on nearly 34K Calif. patients

  • 06-17-2014
  • Store Owner

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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Top Security Level: The Apricorn 6TB Aegis Padlock DT with FIPS

  • 06-11-2014
  • Store Owner

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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Apricorn Introduces FIPS Version of
Aegis Padlock DT

  • 06-11-2014
  • Store Owner

Apricorn’s New Aegis Padlock DT FIPS Adds an Even Higher Level of Security to its Biggest, Fastest Desktop Data Storage Unit with FIPS 140-2 Level 2 Validation

Poway, CA – May XX, 2014 – Apricorn  (, a leading designer and manufacturer of data security products for business, military, and government, has raised the bar by elevating the security level of their workhorse desktop drive. The combination of USB 3.0 speed, high-capacity storage (up to 6TB), and FIPS 140-2 Level 2 validated security makes this drive one of the most user-friendly / hacker-hostile data storage units in existence.


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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