Endpoint Encryption is essential for businesses to protect their operating system from attacks like "Evil Maid." This safeguards your data by preventing access to unauthorized users. Secure your data and protect your business from the unknown!
Do Any of These Situations Sound Like You or Someone You Know?
- Have you ever traveled for work with your laptop and accidently left it on the plane?
- Has an employee ever transferred files to a client/vendor then the flash drive was lost?
- Has an employee tried to steal information via copying to a USB drive and the removable media was blocked?
If any of those situations sound familiar, we’re here to help!
The best way to safeguard your data is to use endpoint encryption. There are always going to be outside threats, as technology evolves, threats evolve. In addition to outside threats, don’t forget about the illusive insider threat; they can also wreak havoc on your infrastructure and sensitive data. In other instances, you have employees with poor judgement and awareness, who don’t mean the harm that they cause – they just aren’t knowledgeable or lack the proper training. Charles IT’s Endpoint Encryption solution is here to help you block unauthorized users and devices from attempting to steal your data.
Features & Benefits
Blocking or Encrypting USB Drives
Restrict data loss through USB drives by blocking data being transferred
Secure data that needs to be on USB drives by requiring it to be encrypted
Encrypting Local Hard Drives Using Native Encryption Method
Ensure data on hard drives are encrypted
- Cannot be turned off, forgotten (e.g.) during troubleshooting
Disable Lost/Stolen Devices
Feel comfortable knowing data is encrypted on devices if lost
If a computer is lost or stolen, we can take remote security precautions to prevent data loss
Who Needs to Stay Compliant?
HIPAA Compliance Requirements
- Encryption is the best way to protect ePHI and reduce the probability of a breach of patient or customer sensitive health data
ITAR/DFARS Compliance Requirements
- (ITAR) Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
- (DFARS) Use only approved logical or physical methods
PCI Compliance Requirements
- Protect cardholder data by rendering it unreadable by using strong cryptography
- Encryption keys must be protected against misuse, and old keys must be destroyed
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