Flash 'can improve security' 9 December 2011 10:56:18
Kingston Technology has advised firms to make the most of USB flash advancements to keep their data safe and secure.
The memory manufacturer stated that businesses whose staff move data from one computer to another should ensure they implement a USB encryption plan and incorporate the latest memory card designs.
"Data is the DNA of any company and as such, must be protected at all times and handled cautiously and wisely," said Jim Selby, European product marketing manager at the memory card company.
He explained that businesses could make simple changes to the way their staff use USBs that would be effective and inexpensive.
The continual advancement in flash memory devices means a range of data protection is available to users.
Businesses or those who want to ensure their data is safe even if the card is lost could opt for the Transcend 8GB Fingerprint JetFlash 220 USB Flash Drive, which features fingerprint technology.
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