- Adam Armstrong
The Aegis Secure Key 3z is Apricorn’s newest and smallest, in terms of size not capacity, secure USB drive.
With GDPR being a talkative subject it is now up to us to safely keep our data under control
- Daniel R. Stoller
Congress is likely to embark on an ambitious effort to pass a broad new data privacy law in 2019.
Tech companies are pressuring lawmakers to pass a bill to counter the European Union’s strict General Data Protection Regulation and California’s tough new privacy law.
- Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, ZDNet
Hardware-encrypted external storage drives are pretty much a must-have item for enterprise these days, and Apricorn has once again raised the bar with the new Aegis Fortress L3. And it's future-proof, coming with interchangeable Type-A and Type-C connector cables.
Up to 180% faster read speeds and ultra-rugged enclosure, Apricorn’s newest encrypted portable drive is built to meet NIST’s highest level of FIPS validation and withstand the harshest conditions.
- Caitlin Fairchild, Nextgov
The Marriott breach—the latest of many mega-breaches—inspired some lawmakers to push for new privacy legislation.
- Jon Fielding, Managing Director, Apricorn (EMEA)
Digital transformation is happening everywhere at breakneck speed. Each year brings a new development or a new technology that increases and evolves digital strategies worldwide.
Jon Fielding (managing director for EMEA at Apricorn), Sam Humphries (senior product marketing manager for global markets and compliance with Rapid7), Deral Heiland (Internet of Things research lead at Rapid7) and Jose Miguel Esparza (head of threat intelligence at Blueliv) have all voiced detailed and thought-provoking opinions on their security predictions for 2019.
- Jon Fielding, Managing Director, Apricorn EMEA
Jon Fielding, Managing Director, EMEA, Apricorn shares his views about the opportunities that are out there for those in the channel prepared to get involved with mobile security
- Wayne Williams, BetaNews
Storing files in the cloud means they are easily accessible from anywhere, but if you have private data that you can’t afford to fall into the wrong hands...