Utimaco Debuts SafeGuard

Utimaco has launched SafeGuard PrivateDisk 2.01, upgrading the current edition of the data protection tool

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

July 11, 2006

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LONDON -- Utimaco - The Data Security Company - has launched SafeGuard PrivateDisk 2.01, upgrading the current edition of the data protection tool giving mobile workers the opportunity to protect their data while on the move and access in external environments. Available in 16 languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Japanese and Chinese, the encryption solution incorporates a new LDAP interface in its enterprise edition. This enables several users to browse an encrypted private disk.

The SafeGuard PrivateDisk Portable 1.0 application allows users to extract files from a memory stick to another portable device or PC, and to read it even if the system does not have encryption software installed. This flexibility will greatly benefit the mobile workforce, enabling those who carry memory sticks with encrypted data to meet company security standards as well as read their data anywhere. In addition, SafeGuard PrivateDisk 2.01 Enterprise Edition offers stronger recovery functions, giving administrators the ability to specify multiple recovery certificates, which are assigned automatically to a new SafeGuard PrivateDisk as soon as it is activated.

By upgrading SafeGuard PrivateDisk 2.01 including Portable 1.0, Utimaco is ensuring its users have complete protection against unauthorised Plug and Play devices - providing a solid security blanket in an ever increasing flexible working environment. With the development of the Portable 1.0 feature, Utimaco is benefiting from the increasing trend in USB usage, with memory revenue estimated to grow by

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