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Importance of Secure Data

Your data deserves secure storage—and you deserve the confidence that comes with knowing your most important information is protected. But if you’re picturing a steel safe or a 75-character password, there are better options available for easily and reliably maintaining your secure data.

When handling sensitive data, it isn’t enough to simply lock it down to prevent anyone from getting to it. You and your team still need to be able to use it as needed! Cloud-based systems have made it possible to deliver simple 24/7 access to team members and stakeholders worldwide—but that level of convenience is hard to secure.

So how do you allow the right people to access the right data at the right time—without letting it become available to unauthorized parties in the meantime?

The importance of security

Without proper protection, you can put your organization’s data at risk for exposure, theft, leaks, and corruption. Keeping your data secure is essential to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands, whether as a result of a malicious attack or through accidents caused by simple human error.

Today’s news cycles are often dominated by data breaches and hacks—episodes that leave affected organizations scrambling to mitigate not only the incident itself but also a public relations headache. You have better things to do than checking and double-checking your data security.

A better way

As today’s technology standards and security best practices continue to evolve, DataLocker is creating cutting-edge solutions to reflect them. We are the leading provider of encryption services and we know that solutions for secure data go beyond your hardware and data storage devices. In today’s world, being able to store, transfer, and access data locally, on the web, and on portable storage devices is essential to organizations across all industries.

Our SafeCrypt
storage solution is a virtual drive that provides military-grade 256-bit encryption for data whether it’s in the cloud, on an external drive, or on a local drive. Plus, it’s FIPS 140-2 validated and compliant with HIPPA, SOX, DHS, NRC, GLB, and other regulatory directives.

Learn more about DataLocker’s suite of data encryption storage solutions or request an evaluation today.