|Conseal Security will launch Conseal USB 2.0 at Infosecurity Europe 2012 |
Conseal Security, experts in securing data on the move, announced plans to attend InfoSecurity Europe 2012, building on its successful presence in 2011. In that time the company has continued its aggressive pace of product development, recently launching Conseal USB 2.0, and unveiled a new channel partner programme. At the same time there have been increased numbers of high profile data security breaches throughout 2011 clearly demonstrating the real need for Conseal's innovative solutions.
Examples of mobile data breaches are omnipresent. It emerged this year that East Surrey Hospital lost the details of 800 patients stored on an unencrypted USB stick and two T-Mobile employees were successfully prosecuted after making off with 500,000 customer records on a USB key that they then sold to a competitor. At InfoSec this year, Conseal will be announcing a significant new version of its flagship product, which allows administrators unprecedented levels of control over their company's data, even after it has left their hands.
Via Stand K76, Conseal will showcase its major new release of Conseal Server, designed to ensure that lost storage devices do not represent a threat to business. Conseal Server's unique Dual Locks technology encrypts data on the device but also requires server permission to unlock access, providing complete protection against password breaches. This gives administrators the opportunity to remotely self-destruct lost devices, regardless of manufacturer or model. It also provides full device usage tracking and the ability to set access rules to determine where devices may be used and by whom.
In addition, Conseal will be demonstrating its Conseal USB and Conseal CD products, designed to provide the same level of control and robust protection to individuals and small businesses.