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IronKey reviewed by Dr. Tech

IronKey storage devices received high praise from Dr. Tech’s Jacques Redmond, an I.T. Security Professional, Technology Analyst, Consultant and Tech Writer. While Redmond said he’s no fan of storing information on a flash drive, he gave IronKey drives and storage devices a thumbs-up for their physical durability and digital security. To read Redmond’s IronKey product […]

IronKey S200 rated 5/5 ‘Must have Tech’

The Best Case Scenario, a US gadget reviewer, has recently given the IronKey S200 series a general (not too technical) review and rated it 5/5 ‘Must Have Tech’. Specific points of the review: Faster than the comparative Lexar flash drive (with graphs showing the results) Simple and quick Secure Backups capability Handles ‘real world abuse’ […]

Key Features of IronKey Trusted Access for Banking

*Information derived from the latest MarketWire Press Release. TRUSTED ACCESS PROVIDES SECURITY AGAINST THE FOLLOWING ATTACKS DNS tampering: Provides authoritative DNS lookups that are not dependent on local network or ISP settings and are delivered through an encrypted tunnel Phoney websites: Prevents loading of unauthorized content and websites using automatic whitelist protection Network monitoring: Encrypts […]

Flying High: Defence loses valuable USB

Classified Defence documents were left on a Qantas flight recently by a former Defence employee, with the unsecured USB being picked up by a journalist after it was left behind. The contents of the USB, which are “not highly classified” to quote Defence, have since been repossessed and are the subject of continuing  investigations. This […]

IronKey “Next Big Thing 2011″ – Wall Street Journal

IronKey has been named as number 14 in the list of the “Next big thing for 2011″ by Wall Street Journal. In a list of 50 companies, the Wall Street Journal highlights companies with the greatest opportunity and potential to succeed. “Achieving this prestigious distinction validates our success, market potential, and the critical importance of […]

Predicted security threats in 2011

Websense Inc (a US security tech vendor) makes its security threat predictions for 2011, as the world grows more digitally aware, so does the opportunity for cybercrime. One of the predictions is that ‘blended threats‘ are the next point of worry.  Blended threats use a range of forms such as email, the Internet, digital information […]

Why employees need to take responsibility for data security

In an increasingly mobile workplace, employees may consider it the responsibility of their bosses to keep information secure, but in reality, it is the responsibility of each individual. Searchsecurity.com unveils an example of this in a health care firm based in Boston, who after an evaluation of its systems to assess violations of the Health […]

Merger of Zeus and SpyEye viruses

SC Magazine reports new concerns that the well known virus Zeus could be merging with SpyEye, “a new fresh and sophisticated web-based bot”, as described my novirusthanks.org earlier this year. The senior product manager at IronKey thinks that the Zeus virus is retirintg and that SpyEye will then become the dominant virus.  He also believe […]

IronKey update issues

A few of our clients have been experiencing problems with the latest update. We have been provided with the steps below to resolve this problem: Download https://download.IronKey.com/gen/tmp/IKEnterprise_2.0.7.0.exe Save the file to your Desktop Once the download finishes, launch the IKEnterprise_2.0.7.0.exe application that you just saved. Click “Next” and “Install” on the next two screens. The […]

Olympics give cybercriminals new targets

London may be looking forward to the 2012 Olympics, but so are cybercriminals.  Businesses in the UK are looking forward to the increased trade and tourism opportunities, but with many transactions going back and forth, this poses new opportunities for cybercrime, reports SC Magazine UK. Increasingly on the rise is the takeover of customer bank […]