Automatic anti-malware scan to prohibit transfer of infected files from host PC to USB drive
SanDisk, a supplier of flash storage cards, has released version 3.0 of its Central Management and Control software, equipping IT professionals with more tools for distributing, protecting and recovering critical data.
SanDisk has said that in addition to Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) protection, Cruzer Enterprise products with McAfee security software help defend users from infection with an automatic anti-malware scan that prohibits file transfers to the secure USB drive when it detects infection on a host PC.
According to the company, Central Management and Control (CMC) version 3.0 offers new tools for IT professionals, including: application and content distribution; enhanced password policy control; expanded reports; and streamlined deployment and user provisioning.
Roy Ramati, vice president of enterprise division at SanDisk, said: Protecting critical data is a major priority for corporate IT professionals, and SanDisk Enterprise offers a two-pronged approach to meet that need.
Cruzer Enterprise encrypted flash drives provide secure and reliable high-capacity storage, while CMC 3.0 software offers advanced enterprise data management for those drives. This combination ensures that even if a drive is lost or stolen, the company’s sensitive information will remain secure and recoverable.