Hardware encryption firm Stonewood Group has released a tool which it claims can protect shared enterprise data.
The Eclypt Orion software was unveiled at the Infosec 2010 conference in London, and provides centralised control over a Stonewood Eclypt solid-state drive with management features such as password resetting and user-deactivation.
"There is no denying that hardware encryption has many benefits," said Chris McIntosh, chief executive at Stonewood.
"However, when dealing with a large number of different encrypted devices, from hard drives to USB sticks, it can be difficult to keep a clear view of them all."
McIntosh claimed that Eclypt Orion, which can control and administer thousands of connected devices, will instil confidence in enterprises about data leaving the company.
No security information is stored locally, making it difficult to access any information on a device if it falls into the hands of criminals, and all communications are encrypted.
Stonewood plans to launch a version for RAID arrays in the near future. Prices depend on how many devices a firm wants to control.
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