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According to research, 76% workers plug unknown USB drives into their company PCs, compromising their network security and introducing malware into the system. Besides, almost 20% of 1,000 UK office workers interviewed also revealed that they have lost unsecure USB drives containing sensitive business information. These statistics point towards the susceptibility of our sensitive data […]
DataLocker has a solution called SafeCrypt (formerly SkyCrypt) that allows users to encrypt their data seamlessly at their desktop, and as a result, only encrypted data is synced to the cloud. Servers get hacked, secrets get leaked and people get careless. The line that separates YOUR data from the rest of the world is pretty […]
Mobile security threats and vulnerabilities are and should be of chief concern for every organization. Employees move around and need to bring their data with them. If you care about your organization’s privacy, chances are you already stay away form online storage solutions. Mobile security is not immune to terrorist threats (think communication apps meant […]
All DataLocker products are TAA Compliant meeting the Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for procurement of goods and services for federal contracts that are assembled in the U.S.A. or other approved TAA-designated countries. What does this mean to you? It means that the products we sell cannot be made in China, India, or Russia, for example. The Trade […]
The USB drive is everywhere- they can be purchased at every check out counter from office supply stores to convenience stores. They are portable, small and can hold a relatively large amount of data and make data transport a breeze between office or school and home. But with portability comes inherent security challenges. USB device […]
GDPR refers to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. GDPR means that organizations that handle EU citizens’ data face massive fines (up to 4% of their global annual turnover) if they are non-compliant. It’s important to note that a company or service provider with no physical EU footprint still has to comply with the […]
Welcome to our new DataLocker blog. We hope you’ll find it to be informative, useful and even a bit fun- and that you’ll check back often and see what we’re up to. You’ll find the latest from our teams all over the globe. We’ll share timely industry updates, product information and the latest on data security […]