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ThinkCP Technologies Announces ThinkTankIQ FEDS-SGARD Secure Workstations

Each FEDS-SGARD client workstation features FIPS 140-2 Encrypted Data Storage

IRVINE, Calif., May 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, ThinkCP(TM) Technologies announced their latest addition to the successful line-up of Think FEDS(TM) products; ThinkTankIQ(TM) FEDS-SGARD(TM) Secure Workstations, designed to help prevent "Malicious Insider" attacks. Each FEDS-SGARD client workstation features FIPS 140-2 Encrypted Data Storage (FEDS), USB port blocks, device interlocks, enclosure anchor locking, tamper seals and optional smart card readers. ThinkCP (TM) Technologies, an Intel Technology Provider Platinum, develops, integrates, tests and "burns-in" the Intel-Processor based ThinkTankIQ FEDS-SGARD Secure Workstations in their ISO 9001:2008 QMS Accredited facilities based in the USA.

IT Managers have become aware of the genuine threat posed by malicious insider attacks in the wake of events such as WikiLeaks, but many enterprise infrastructures remain at risk based on common vulnerabilities found in client workstations. By implementing the latest FEDS-SGARD Secure Workstations, IT Managers are better equipped to prevent actions that often lead to data theft, data corruption and potential liabilities. In addition, organizational policies and legal requirements can now be enforced by physical barriers integrated within the client workstations.

ThinkCP is releasing 3 different FEDS-SGARD systems, with the option of custom builds based on customer requirements and preferences. "Staging" or application testing may also be provided. Customers interested in custom designs and testing should contact Think FEDS Product Manager Craig Resnick. Detailed options and specifications are available at http://www.thinkcp.com/products/FEDS_Workstations.asp

The ThinkTankIQ FEDS-SGARD secure client workstations are available to federal, commercial and educational institutions. U.S. Federal customer may purchase the systems via ThinkCP's GSA Contract. Customers interested in purchasing should contact ThinkCP directly at (800) 726-2477 or (949) 833-3222 (International).

About ThinkCP(TM) Technologies

Founded in 1987 and headquartered in Irvine, California, ThinkCP(TM) Technologies is an ISO 9001:2008 QMS accredited technology company specializing in custom design, integration and assembly of high-performance computing and storage solutions centered around the needs of enterprise class customers throughout the world. ThinkCP partners with the industry's leading technology companies, service providers and channel partners to deliver comprehensive solutions.

ThinkCP(TM), ThinkCP Technologies(TM), H. Co. Computer Products, Inc.(TM), ThinkTankIQ(TM), Think FEDS-SGARD(TM) the respective logos and combinations thereof are trademarks or registered trademarks of H. Co. Computer Products. Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be the respective trademarks of other companies.

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