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CeBIT Visitors Warned Of Risks Concerning Viruses On Flash Drives
03 March, 2011
Companies are risking computer infection and data loss by allowing unknown USB drives to be plugged into their computers, warns BlockMaster
Vendor Alliance Program For USB Device Remote Management
17 February, 2011
SafeConsoleReady from BlockMaster provides USB device manufacturers with access to secure USB device management platform
Partnership Results In Hardware Encrypted Secure USB Drive
16 February, 2011
BlockMaster has unveiled a new product at the RSA Conference for encrypted secure data storage on USB resulting from the company's partnership with Kingston Digital
USB Computing Security Innovations To Be Unveiled At RSA Conference
11 February, 2011
BlockMaster has joined forces with Ceedo to develop technology for managing the security of USB attached devices to be unveiled in San Francisco at the RSA Conference
Survey Reveals Attitudes To Corporate Data Loss
20 December, 2010
The significance of losing corporate data is still not fully understood in the user community according to the results of a survey conducted by BlockMaster
CESG Kite Mark Awarded To SafeStick
26 August, 2010
Secure USB drive from BlockMaster successfully undergoes UK government testing program resulting in CESG Claims Test Mark certifying security functionality
UK Organisations Vastly Underestimating The Potential Cost of Data Breaches
21 April, 2010
BlockMaster is urging UK businesses to accurately assess cost implications of data breaches with new ICO powers in place to prevent enormous cost impacts
BlockMaster Takes To the Streets On Drive For USB Security Awareness
02 April, 2010
Commuters using Canary Wharf tube station in London next week will witness USBevolution from Blockmaster where the company will offer advice and guidance on data protection and avoiding ICO imposed fines for data breaches
Internet based Authentication on Demand
02 March, 2010
Agreement between BlockMaster and CryptoCard results in two-factor authentication being available on SafeStick secure USB devices for identity theft protection
SafeConsole brings secure virtual laptop computing anywhere
17 December, 2009
BlockMaster releases latest version of SafeStick and SafeConsole bringing portable computing to new heights in both productivity and security benefits built into one device
Aberdeen University transports sensitive data on SafeSticks
11 November, 2009
SafeStick USB flash sticks from BlockMaster with SafeConsole Management Console are being supplied to the University of Aberdeen for ensuring safe transport and storage of mobile sensitive data
Safestick USB products receive FIPS certification
23 October, 2009
Inclusion on NIST list enables BlockMaster secure SafeStick USB products to be used in US federal markets
Ambulance service prevents data leakage with BlockMaster
28 September, 2009
300 SafeStick secure USB memory devices are being supplied to West Midlands Ambulance Service to provide its staff with the flexibility of mobile data without the security risks
High speed secure USB flash memory
26 August, 2009
The SafeStick SuperSonic claims speeds of up to 5x the normal transfer rate for an encrypted USB memory device
Staff complacency demands secure flash memory
06 May, 2009
Survey by Blockmaster indicates requirements for secure memory sticks to overcome data loss through lost USB devices
Malware exposure due to April fool jokes
01 April, 2009
Blockmaster warns businesses to secure USB memory devices and prevent data vulnerability resulting from pranksters