Data is more than just numbers and files. It's the heartbeat of businesses, financial services firms, healthcare organizations, and government offices. If sensitive data is compromised, the results can be devastating and potentially create a costly legal nightmare.
According to a study performed by the Ponemon Institute, the pre-eminent research center dedicated to privacy, data protection and information security policy, the average cost of a lost corporate laptop is around $50,000, which consists of lost intellectual property, data breaches and legal costs.
To protect yourself and maintain your data security reputation, you need to store your data on a secure encrypted drive. While data on nearly any kind of SSD is encrypted when the controller writes data from the computer to the flash memory in the SSD, the data isn't password protected so it's readily accessible to prying eyes.
Bullet-Proof ProtectionThe Go Drive Opal 1.0 Encryption Ready SSD is fully compliant with the rigorous Opal 1.0 specifications established by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) so data will remain secure in the event of computer theft or loss. Being Opal 1.0 secure encrypted insures the Go Drive complies with government and corporate data security requirements.
Hardware-Based Encryption For Full PerformanceBecause Opal 1.0 utilizes the AES 128-bit hardware encryption built-into the Go Drive's controller, there's no speed reduction like that found on a non-secure drive utilizing a software-based encryption application.