6 Reasons Why Software-Based Encryption Doesn’t Stack Up
sponsored by MXI Security

Many organizations are now providing workers with encrypted USB devices in order to secure their critical data and assets, as well as comply with industry regulations. One important consideration in choosing a portable security device is the choice between hardware-based and software-based encryption. This paper examines the key differences between these two methods of encryption used by USB device providers, and answer questions such as:

  • Is all data actually encrypted?
  • How safe is the data?
  • What is the impact on my IT staff?
  • What is the impact on my users?

Access this paper now to learn more about hardware-based and software-based encryption, and how each can affect your business.

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