National Security authorities recommend hard disk encryption as an effective measure for protecting data on desktop clients and notebooks in a corporate environment. Many companies make use of BitLocker hard disk encryption provided by Microsoft. But what if you have forgotton your password when booting up or the hardware in the computer has been replaced and the system no longer starts? If that is the case then the only thing that can help is the BitLocker recovery key. Without it you will not be able to access your data. DriveLock BitLocker Management has important additional security options, that can help without exposing the recovery key and risking a misuse of this key.
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The second major release of this year is notably not only for extensive improvements but also for the unification of management and configuration functions under one interface: the web-based "DriveLock Operations Center" (DOC). This web-based DOC is the central interface for overviews, dashboards and report generation. It has been revised and is now the central platform for all daily management tasks of the DriveLock solution.
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Updated features include early threat detection, application control, the DriveLock Operations Center and more
Munich, Germany. February 19th 2021 – DriveLock, a leading global provider of IT and data security solutions, announced its new Release 2020.2 with multiple additions and enhancements to its Zero Trust platform. In this way, DriveLock is offering comprehensive protection against today’s cyber-security challenges. The company has also implemented a variety of requests and enhancements suggested by customers in order to make the new version even more user-friendly.
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Updates in vulnerability scanner, self-service portal for users, pre-boot authentication and much more
Munich, Germany. 01.07.2020 – DriveLock today unveiled its new Release 2020.1 that offers a wide range of enhancements and extensions. The new features include the DriveLock vulnerability scanner; network-enabled DriveLock pre-boot authentication with direct login via Active Directory; the self-service portal for users, such as for password resets; and the full management of Microsoft Defender Antivirus within DriveLock. Additional protection functions and automatic configuration options increase IT security while reducing the administrative workload, as the system automatically learns application behaviour. Further enhancements include significantly better usability with new views, reports and management functions in the DriveLock Operations Center.
“It was important to us to make the everyday use of DriveLock even simpler and more intuitive to help users complete their tasks quickly and easily,” says Anton Kreuzer, CEO of DriveLock. “That’s why we’ve implemented multiple customer requests in Release 2020.1 and implemented detailed enhancements that further boost IT security and the usability of the DriveLock Zero Trust Platform.”
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By Alma Pranoto
1. THE SHOCKING STATISTICS OF DATA BREACH
According to the IBM 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study, it costs $3.86 million US to cover an average data breach. This cost will increase by 6.4% per year and the likelihood of a recurring breach over the next two years is 27.9%.