Kanguru, an industry leader in data security, has developed a line of secure data storage devices capable of protecting data from dangerous Trojans such as Shifu. Kanguru's FIPS 140-2 Certified hardware encrypted USB drives with secure firmware technology and On-board Anti-Virus protection are ideal for heavy data sectors including banking, government, health care and educational institutions that may be a shining target for such types of malware attacks.
"The new Kanguru Defender Elite300™ combines superior FIPS 140-2 Certification with convenient high-speed USB 3.0 data transfer rates and a unique physical write protect switch for high-security environments including government, health care and financial segments, and will exceed even the most demanding security regulations."
Risk Management measures are put in place to prevent and reduce the severity of unexpected risks to an organization. Enterprise organizations that handle and store tremendous amounts of data are at risk of data theft or breach that could cost millions in legal lawsuits. To optimize Risk Management measures, organizations turn to Kanguru for elite data storage solutions.
We are living in a dangerously vulnerable world, where all of our personal, financial, and medical information is being stored in some digital form or online, in many cases accessible all over the world. Data security is an absolute crucial element given the vulnerabilities we see regarding data breaches on a regular basis. Sensitive data can be protected. Here's where Kanguru comes in strong.
HIPAA regulations have been around since 1996, a federal law requiring that medical facilities protect sensitive patient data. But the recent uptrend in leaking personal and medical information has many people concerned. Much of this "bleeding" is the result of human error - like a lost, unsecured flash drive containing thousands of patients personal medical information by a staff member. It can also be due to intrusive data hacking. Kanguru's easy-to-use, secure USB flash drives and hard drives take human error and hacking out of the equation, so healthcare facilities can do what they do best, and keep patient's personal data protected at the same time.
Kanguru jumps to SuperSpeed with the new USB 3.0, Secure, FIPS 140-2 Certified, Level 3 Defender 3000. Quick convenience meets powerful security for a great combination in hardware encrypted, highly-certified secure drives.
Avoid the headaches of unnecessary litigation cases that can result from a data breach. Even though human error and data piracy are a reality of the digital world we live in, organizations can avoid becoming a victim. Healthcare and medical facilities especially can be hit hard with legal action as a result of just one incident of breached patient data. Kanguru, a global leader in secure data storage solutions, can help protect organizations from data breach, keep patient data private, and help avoid costly legal battles.
Educational institutions are being targeted more and more, by hackers aiming to get their hands on confidential student and faculty data. The rise in data breaches continues to escalate each and every year. Here's a look at what educational organizations can do to arm themselves.
In a hyper competitive world, everyone is out to get ahead. Some are even willing and unethical enough to steal from others. Piracy and online hacking is becoming rampant in this digital age. Millions and millions of dollars are being lost by companies to clean up a mess that could have been avoided. Arm yourself with Kanguru security to defender against data breach.
Losing a rock, of course, is not big news, in fact, it’s quite a boring story. However, had the IT administrator of a medical office had a Kanguru Secure USB Drive Strategy in place, the data breach could have been reported as just that – a complete non-issue. But unfortunately for nearly 40,000 patients, the stolen USB device containing their social security numbers, and other sensitive, personal health records was not secure, leaving their medical history open for all the world to see – which becomes a really big, embarrassing, and costly deal very fast...
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