SECUDRIVE USB Office Vs. SECUDRIVE USB Copy Protection
SECUDRIVE USB Office and SECUDRIVE USB Copy Protection are a document protecting system that eliminates the possibilities of a user attempting to duplicate a file or data to the local PC or external device. Even though their systems might look alike, the customer target is completely different. The comparison table below will show the main differences between the two products. This table will hopefully help you decide in which product best fits your needs before purchase.
|Details||SECUDRIVE USB Office||SECUDRIVE USB Copy Protection|
|Purpose||Copy protection for company based data: MS Office, Open Office, PDF and others.||Copy protection for multimedia based data: Audio, video, image, flash contents, PDF, MS PowerPoint, ebook, html, portable applications that run within the USB flash drive.|
|Operation||Two-way: The administrator provides the user with the USB flash drive with the data, and after its usage, the user gives back the USB flash drive to the administrator for auditing.
The administrator sets the security policy to secure the data in the USB flash drive, then, he gives the USB flash drive to a user.
After using the USB flash drive, the user gives back the USB flash drive to the administrators.
Now, the administrator can check the event log and see the actions the user did to the data.
Only the administrator is permitted to extract the file from the USB flash drive.
| One-way: The USB flash drive is given to a user with the protected contents stored in it.
The administrator has to prepare a separate USB flash drive to create the copy protecting system inside the USB flash drive.
The file will be made permanent into the USB flash drive. Even the administrator will not be allowed to remove the file from the USB flash drive.
|Spec||The volume capacity comes in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB To extract a file, the administrator has to connect the USB flash drive to the Master PC or connect the USB Token with the user’s USB drive. The USB Token is optional and sold separately.||The maximum size for creating a secure image file is 16GB. It is possible to create multiple image files on a single USB flash drive, but only one file can be accessed at a time.|
|Purchase||No minimum quantity on purchase||Minimum of 100 licenses per purchas|