In this age of GDPR, data security is one of the biggest concerns of any business or organisation. Data breaches not only put sensitive data at risk, but can also cost millions of pounds and carry severe legal repercussions.
Integral’s hardware encrypted memory solutions can help your business become GDPR compliant by ensuring that all data held on the drives is protected by military-grade 256-bit encryption.
FIPS Certified 256-bit AES Hardware Encryption
Hardware vs Software Encryption
With hardware encryption, the cryptographic key is stored in a dedicated processor built into the device, making it faster than software encryption, where the data encryption process is carried out in the standard memory. Additionally, as the dedicated encryption processor is inaccessible, hardware encryption is much more secure than software encryption.
What is FIPS certification?
The Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) are a set of globally recognised encryption certifications. FIPS products are trusted by police departments, hospitals, universities and major corporations worldwide.
FIPS 140-2 or FIPS 197?
Both levels of certification ensure excellent data protection. However, FIPS 197 only looks at the data encryption itself. FIPS 140-2 certification also takes the physical security of the device into account.
For complete data security on your PC, Integral Crypto Solid State Drives are the ideal choice.
Secure Flash Drives
When you need to move sensitive documents from one system to another, Integral encrypted USB Flash Drives are the ideal solution.