NEWS & BLOG

NEWS & BLOG

Four Basic Requirements for USB Security

written by Simon USB flash drives are still popular portable storage devices because they are small and have relatively large storage capacities. Data on USB flash drives are not only readable but also editable, while data on CDs/DVDs are only readable. Users can edit...

How to Protect a File on a USB Flash Drive from Being Copied

written by Simon We are usually nervous when we hand over sensitive files to an employee who recently started, one who may soon quit the job, or a partner whom we have been working with for only a month. If a sensitive file contains a new product design or a proposal...

Data Breach Risk Caused by Contractors

written by Simon Many companies hire contractors when they consider a job to be of secondary importance to their business and need short-term labor or high-quality professionals for a specific job. A contractor, for the purposes of this blog, can be a freelancer,...

Remotely Manage Your Organization’s USB Flash Drives Using Secudrive

written by Simon If you store your files on a USB flash drive, you can update them and share them with others using any computer, anywhere. This is why many organizations decline to take the USB ports off their employees’ computers, even though USB flash drives are...

Updating Content on USB Flash Drives After Distribution

written by Simon CD/DVD is still one of the most popular mediums for content distribution because it is cheap, convenient to produce and easy to handle and deliver for content producers. In comparison to streaming and download services, a CD/DVD does not require an...

File Activity Monitoring in a File Server

written by Simon In many businesses, a great deal of confidential information is stored in a file server or a Network Attached Storage(NAS) and shared by employees, contractors, consultants, and business associates. Although we easily share files in shared folders to...