Lawyers are more aware than most that everyone makes mistakes, it’s human to err. If the cleaner knocks a pot plant it can be annoying but it’s not going to cause any major damage. However, say a file was left on the ground, a USB knocked under a chair was vacuumed up by the cleaner, what would happen? You might have the files backed up so you carry on. Given the number of cases you might just assume you stored the USB somewhere else. Yet you soon find out that the USB has been found and its information accessed and leaked. This type of breech can cost business up to $2.1 million plus damage the reputation of the company. This is a scenario that is unlikely, yet not impossible, given the amount of information, amount of files, evidence and cases losing something is almost inevitable. So why risk it at all? Get an encrypted USB.
Secure USB have over 30 years of experience, supplying digital storage and duplication solutions. The data security experts at Secure USB have seen the number of small businesses affected by data breeches through unprotected USB’s rise dramatically. The repercussions of missing memory sticks can cost companies millions. The reality and severity of this has led to an increase in companies using encrypted USB’s
The most recommended product provided is the Integral Crypto Dual FIPS 197 Encrypted USB Flash Drive. With military grade 256-bit hardware encryption your stored and transferred data has never been safer. More lawyers are choosing to store files on encrypted USB and as such these are the popular buys.
Our core goal is to help you protect and transfer your data in the safest and most effective way. If you have time this week for a chat we have a few ideas we would like to explore with you. Or if you would like to purchase any of our products head to http://secureusb.com.au/ as we are currently running a few promotional offers.
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