Myth: Using a self encrypting SSD protects data.
Truth: An unlocked SSD can be copied with all data unencrypted.
CipherDrive products can protect Data-at-Rest by providing AES-256 key protection to lock the SSD and SecureErase.
CipherDrive products can lock an unprotected SSD to provide a first defense against ransomware. By preventing ransomware software from locking a drive at the hardware layer, it removes a key vulnerability.
CipherDriveOne can protect any computer by providing separate user accounts and multi-factor authentication (MFA) support without a centralized manager. By creating strong passwords for mulit-role accounts, CipherDrive products eliminates bad passwords and provides a zero trust security environment.
Remote users require additional protections as they need to meet both privacy compliance and there is a greater chance of accidental loss of a laptop.
Desktops and stand-alone servers hold vital and sensitive customer and corporate data. The theft of a machine could lead to financial liability. CipherDriveOne can protect the entire hard drive.
CipherDriveOne can protect any computer from accidental loss or malicious theft. Thieves can remove hard drives from one machine to retrieve the data using a number of hacker tools. CipherDriveOne locks and prevents hard drives from being read by unauthorized users.
CCPA applies to any business, including any for-profit entity that collects consumers' personal data, which does business in California. CipherDriveOne protects the data to meet the CCPA.
HIPPA stipulate how Personally Identifiable Information maintained by the healthcare and healthcare insurance industries should be protected from fraud and theft. CipherDriveOne protects the data to meet HIPPA requirements.
GDPR is a regulation on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data. CipherDriveOne protects the data to meet GDPR requirements.