iStorage, which features for the first time, has achieved 93rd place in Britain’s 100 Fastest-Growing Private Technology Companies,making this yet another achievement, on top of the recent announcement of being shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s Computing Security Awards. The FIPS accredited datAshur® PRO is shortlisted for; Mobile Security Solution of the Year and The Human Factor Award categories. iStorage’s CEO, John Michael, is also a finalist for the Personal Contribution to IT Security Award.
For more information on iStorage or to find out how the iStorage range of datAshur® PRO, datAshur® SSD or the diskAshur® PRO can help protect your organisation’s confidential data, whilst ensuring GDPR compliance, please visit www.istorage-uk.com or contact +44 (0) 20 8991 6260.
The announcement follows iStorage’s recent findings at Infosecurity Europe 2015, which found that USB devices continue to be a popular method for storing confidential information for over half (54%) of professional respondents.
14th September 2016
iStorage debut’s in The Sunday times Tech Track 100 with its range of PIN authenticated hardware encrypted portable storage devices.
iStorage, listed in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 2016 List, unveiled at the weekend.
We have had an incredible year so far and look forward to achieving even more over the next few years!”
– John Michael, CEO, iStorage Limited
About iStorage Limited
About the FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Standard
FIPS 140-2 validation is a critical and globally recognised metric that demonstrates that the technology device has passed a stringent set of rigorous testing procedures and meets the highest standard set for encryption algorithms and data protection. FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certifies the datAshur® PRO is tamper-evident, employs the highest level of data encryption and thwarts attacks directed at the products’ Critical Security Parameters.
About the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The European Union will have the power to fine companies €20 million or 4% of their global turnover if they are found to be in breach of the new government legislation. GDPR which comes into force on 25th May 2018. GDPR compels organisations who process or hold personally identifiable information of EU residents, to implement adequate security measures to protect personal data loss or face tough fines.
At the time of going to press, Computerworld UK states that ‘Brexit won’t make a jot of difference. Organisations currently affected by it will still have to implement GDPR or face a range of negative consequences including added costs, unwanted complexity and potentially, business exclusion’ http://www.computerworlduk.com/security/brexit-gdpr-why-leaving-eu-will-make-life-harder-for-enterprises-3641825/
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