Becrypt releases suite extension

Posted On 18 Nov 2013
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Cyber security solutions and services provider Becrypt, has released an extension to its Enterprise Data Protection suite, through its new mShare product. mShare enables organisations to control how data is encrypted on external devices. With mShare, data can be accessed and saved from any location. Its centralised management enforces rich event and data modification auditing, as well as supporting device tracking. Dr Bernard Parsons, CEO at Becrypt, says:” Becrypt mShare is a way for organisations to save data safely to external devices to work on from any location and to share with third parties. It is a flexible solution, and we believe it offers an alternative to hardware encrypted devices, at a lower cost.” mShare can be used from both Enterprise and un-managed Windows End Points without the need for administrator rights or the need to install additional software. Responding to the growth in Thin-Client adoption, mShare supports Becrypt’s virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) platform (tVolution).

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