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November 2018

iStorage CEO, John Michael, explains the importance of using PIN authenticated, hardware encrypted storage devices such as the iStorage range, following recent news that major flaws in several self-encrypting SSDs allows attackers to decrypt data they contain.

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November 2018

iStorage launches enhanced USB 3.0 flash drive to safeguard personal data anytime, anywhere.

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March 2018

iStorage diskAshur PRO² and diskAshur DT² are the world’s first and the only hard drives passes the highly regarded Commercial Product Assurance (CPA) assessment by National Cyber Security Centre UK and Dutch Scheme for Baseline Security Product Assessment (BSPA).

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November 2017

iStorage datAshur® PRO USB 3.0 receives yet another government security certificate – Netherlands ‘Departementaal Vertrouwelijk’ (restricted) certification.

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August 2017

iStorage Launches World’s First 3TB-5TB Hardware Encrypted Portable Hard Drives.

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April 2017

iStorage launches New Range Of Ultra Secure Hard Drives.

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November 2016

iStorage launches enhanced USB 3.0 flash drive to safeguard personal data anytime, anywhere.

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September 2016

iStorage, listed in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 2016 List, unveiled at the weekend.

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May 2016

John Michael, CEO – iStorage Limited, discusses how the General Data PROtection Regulations will affect public sector bodies.

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April 2016

Exploring data security in education: With 19 data breaches in schools in recent months, could yours be next to face a £500k fine?

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