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- James Stevenson
- Chris Jolliffe
SSD Review's Chris Jolliffe puts the Aegis Secure Key 3z and Aegis Configurator through the paces.
- Eric Jacksch
California-based Apricorn Inc. has developed a solid reputation for secure and easy to use encrypted USB storage devices. I have written about their products before, and the Aegis Secure Key USB 3.0 has become my preferred device for secure portable storage. It is often hard to improve on a great product, but Apricorn just did: Earlier this month the company released the Aegis Secure Key 3z, along with Aegis Configurator.
- Jon Jacobi
This USB thumbdrive is small, secure,
Like the Aegis Secure Key 3.0, But Better.
- Store Owner
Building on the success of its predecessor (the Aegis Secure Key 3.0), the Aegis Secure Key 3z is a feature-rich USB drive that includes FIPS-level security while eliminating vulnerabilities found in software-managed systems.
Encryption Mandate: Clear and Present Danger for the Energy Sector
Energy organizations fuel the 21st century by producing and delivering electricity, oil, and natural gas. More importantly, they enable the operation of every other critical infrastructure required for a functioning society and economy. Unfortunately, these organizations are increasingly subject to sophisticated cyber security attacks. Imagine what would happen if people no longer had access to safe, reliable electric power, water, telecommunications, gas supply, transportation, or other critical infrastructure systems.
Encryption in Government
Make the Rules, Play by the Rules
Few entities possess as much personal information as the U.S. government. In 2015, the Internal Revenue Service processed over 150 million tax returns, and the Social Security Administration paid benefits to nearly 60 million Americans. In a sense, the government lays the foundation for every U.S. citizen’s personal data the moment each person receives his or her Social Security number.
Encryption in Finance
Regulatory Compliance Is Always a Smart Investment
Today, encryption is a staple of the professional world, as virtually every industry that deals with personal and/or sensitive data relies on encryption to protect that data. Those that don’t encrypt put themselves at risk for stiff government penalties, fines, lawsuits, and more.
Data Encryption in Education
Educational Institutions at High Risk for Costly Data Breaches
The Ponemon Institute estimates that on average, organizations of all types face a 26% probability of a data breach involving 10,000 or more lost or stolen records – and educational institutions are increasingly becoming targets. In fact, the education vertical tied for 2nd place in Symantec’s 2016 Internet Security