Becrypt extends ultra-secure encryption for tablet devices with DISK Protect

February 21, 2012
FedCyber Wire, Solution Providers, Technology
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McLean, VA, February 21, 2012 – Becrypt, a leading supplier of cybersecurity solutions to Federal and Local government agencies, Department of Defense and other public sector organizations has further extended its Full Disk Encryption software to tablet devices. Becrypt’s award winning DISK Protect full disk encryption solution, which is FIPS 140-2 compliant, is now available for tablet devices with virtual keyboards, from a range of leading manufacturers including HP, Motion and Panasonic as well as for the ground-breaking Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q550*. Becrypt’s DISK Protect helps agencies comply with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) by encrypting sensitive data on desktops, laptops and now, tablets as well.

Becrypt’s DISK Protect for tablets ensures sensitive data is fully protected in the event of loss or theft, with prevention of unauthorized access ensured by strong user authentication. This robust software encryption layer compliments the hardware security features integrated into many of the devices, which can include smartcard readers and fingerprint readers. Running Microsoft Windows 7, tablets with Becrypt DISK Protect provide IT departments with a known and trusted operating system that can be securely managed centrally.

Becrypt offers government teams and other remote or mobile workers a viable tablet that delivers all the productivity and efficiency gains demanded of the innovative form factor, with class-leading security protection delivered as an integral part of the solution.

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