Endpoint Protector Enforced Encryption
ENCRYPT, MANAGE & SECURE USB STORAGE DEVICES
With accessibility and portability being an important part of our daily work, securing confidential data and transfers has shifted from a “nice to have” to a “must have”. Data stored on computers, on cloud storage or on USB devices can get into the wrong hands and therefore needs to be protected. An easy to use, cross-platform encryption solution is the best way to ensure confidential data will not fall into the wrong hands due to unauthorized access, lost or stolen devices.
EasyLock USB Enforced Encryption combined with Endpoint Protector allows IT Administrators to extend their Device Control policy and make sure all confidential data transferred to USB storage devices is automatically encrypted. As a cross-platform solution, EasyLock can be used on both macOS and Windows computers. Via a secured password, users can safely transfer confidential data and access it on any computers or only on authorized ones. Moreover, some additional useful features are available for IT Administrators like remotely sending messages to the users, requesting a password change or wiping the confidential data in case the device is lost or stolen.
- Additional layer of security
Using Enforced Encryption, users will be authorized to transfer confidential data only on encrypted USB portable storage devices. Data will be safe even if a device is lost or stolen, due to the password-protected encrypted area.
- Compliance with industry regulations
Numerous industry regulations ask for confidential data to be encrypted regardles of where it resides. Enforced Encryption helps being compliant with HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOX, and others, securing USB devices.
- Data Leakage Prevention
The Endpoint Protector DLP solution will be enhanced with EasyLock Enforced Encryption, making sure sensitive data is secured and data leakages are avoided.
- Business continuity
Minimize risks of data losses that can affect business due to fines, lawsuits, and negative brand image. Take cake of your business, instead of managing data loss consequences.