Enterprises and service providers can deploy full Conseal offering in their network or data centre
Conseal Security, a provider of offerings to secure data on the move, has launched Conseal Server, an offering for enterprises looking to manage and monitor data stored on protected removable USB storage devices.
Built around the company’s unique Dual Locks technology – data is secured both on the device and in the cloud — Conseal Server enables enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs) to place Conseal’s unique Dual Locks security technology and management console within their own IT environment and retain full control over network security, bandwidth and redundancy.
Conseal Security chief technology officer Tom Colvin said the launch of Conseal Server allows Conseal to provide both public and private cloud offerings to suit both smaller organisations and large enterprises needing to secure data on the move and provide staff with robust USB storage devices.
"Organisations of all size risk incurring significant financial penalties if they suffer a data loss or breach, be it a fine of up to £500,000 from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), or simply the immediate financial cost to a business of recovering from a breach – some £138 per compromised record on average according to the Ponemon Institute," Colvin continued.
Conseal’s unique cloud-based solution addresses the problem by combining robust AES 256-bit encryption and Conseal’s Dual Locks system with detailed audit trails of all access attempts, said the company.
Conseal’s remote management console and detailed control features allow administrators and data owners to manage devices from a single view, limiting access and remotely wiping any device that cannot be accounted for, enabling organisations to meet today’s strict data protection requirements.